Category: Whistleblowing

chaoticpharmacology.com: we are back and reloaded.

I would like to say sorry  to the followers of this blog for several reasons: This blog  – chaoticpharmacology.com)- was closed for a brief period (about one month). About 7 months ago I started to progressively reduce the publication of blog posts related to corruption in healthcare and pharmaceutical crimes; furthermore, I suddenly stopped without any apparent explanation the attacks on the…

Respuesta al Decano de la Facultad de Salud – Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia

Pues no parece que vaya a parar el pesado de @Jor_H_R : http://t.co/U7AnRjSs6d Pero es de los buenos pesados :D. — Marc Casañas Escarré (@Firefly_fan) June 7, 2015 — Cali, Noviembre 29 de 2015   Dr. Gerardo Campo Cabal Decano Facultad de Salud Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia   Re: Respuesta a sus peticiones SABS 0010.0011.3.-390-2015 y…

National Whistleblowers Day, 30 July 2015

The Whistle, #84, October 2015 The Whistle | 2015-10 … By Cynthia Kardell, President, Whistleblowers Australia (a version of this article with hyperlinks: http://www.bmartin.cc/dissent/documents/Kardell15.html) These are dangerous times for whistleblowers and the “fair go” society we have grown to know and love. Solid information is becoming very hard to come by and it is likely…

The globalization of whistleblowing

Published in Daniel Broudy, Jeffery Klaehn and James Winter (eds.), News from Somewhere: A Reader in Communication & Challenges to Globalization (Eugene, OR: Wayzgoose Press, 2015), pp. 231-239 Brian Martin “Introduction In the late 1970s, I collected evidence that several environmental scientists and teachers had come under attack, for example being censored, denied tenure or…