Screening of “Silenced” followed by a Q & A on Saturday

January 27, 2015 | Posted in blog, News | By

On Saturday 31st of January (20:00) IMMI will host a special screening of the documentary Silenced. The film follows three whistleblowers  – Jesselyn Radack, previously of the US Justice Department, Thomas Drake, previously of the NSA, and John Kiriakou, previously


Chelsea Manning’s fourth birthday behind bars

December 17, 2014 | Posted in blog, News | By

Today marks Chelsea Manning’s – one of the world’s most influential whistleblowers – fourth birthday behind bars. In early summer of 2010 Manning was arrested, though she was not sentenced until 3 years later, in August of 2013. Manning was


Whistleblower behind bars: John Kiriakou exposed US torture

December 10, 2014 | Posted in blog, News | By

Today is Human Rights Day. Yesterday we got to read a heavily redacted 500+ page report (originally 6000+ pages) by the US Senate Select Committee on Torture carried out by the CIA. Of course, the CIA was not alone in


New IMMI steering committee

May 9, 2014 | Posted in News | By

According to the IMMI resolution the Ministry of Education and Culture is required to work on the resolution’s progression. On the 3rd of May 2012 the minister put together a steering committee which was tasked with analysing and researching the legal framework