Whistle Where You Work: Whistleblowing in the Czech Republic, Episode 33
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WWYW is a multimedia program focusing on issues of accountability, that is produced by the Government Accountability Project, the nation’s leading whistleblower protection and advocacy organization. GAP’s latest episode of Whistle Where You Work focuses on the status of whistleblowing in the Czech Republic. GAP has been working with Czech nonprofits and the American Embassy to raise awareness of whistleblower and general accountability practices in that country. In late January, GAP co-sponsored a conference in Prague aimed at bringing together whistleblowers, representatives from non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and journalists to explain how the GAP model of whistleblower protection works, and how disclosures typically unfold in the United States. The conference was a tremendous success, and GAP was invited back in March to speak at another event focusing on ‘new media’ techniques that NGOs can utilize to effectively spread messages and enact social change. The first segment analyzes GAP's findings about Czech whistleblowers.
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