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There are 3 comments on Training Whistle-Blowers and Watchdogs

  1. The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is a wonderful opportunity to strengthen good governance through accountability and transparency in the health sector, a place where public spending –and, unfortunately, opportunities for graft and corruption–are significant. I hope that the Center and COM will be open to collaboration with the School of Public Health. For example, I teach a course on Fighting Corruption in Health Programs through Transparency and Accountability (IH757). It would be great to introduce public health students to the role of investigative journalism in helping to expose problems and create impetus for change.

  2. It is great to know the plans of the New England Center for Invertigative Reporting. The website is a good way to reach every their audience also. May this lead to more changes in the near future.

  3. The New England Center for Investigative Reporting is the first nonprofit, university-based, multimedia investigative reporting entity in the nation to focus exclusively on local and regional issues

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