[NetBehaviour] Whistleblowing for Change: Book Launch and Conference - Nov 26-28
tbazz at disruptiv.biz
Wed Nov 17 16:25:45 CET 2021
this year at Disruption Network Lab we worked on a book project in the
context of whistleblowing. The anthology has the title "Whistleblowing
for Change", including texts written by 30 participants of our
Disruption Network Lab conferences 2015-2020.
The date of publishing is November 27 and for that occasion we are
organising a conference with some of the authors. The conference starts
on November 26 with the German premiere of the film "United States vs.
Reality Winner", a 2021 American documentary film, directed and produced
by Sonia Kennebeck.
The book investigates whistleblowing as a developing political practice
that has the ability to provoke social change. The chapters features
contributions from Billie Winner-Davis, Daniel Hale, Brandon Bryant,
Barrett Brown, John Kiriakou, Laura Poitras, Simona Levi, Lisa Ling,
Lauri Love, Annie Machon, Cian Westmoreland, and others.
It is published by transcript Verlag. The PDF of the book is already
online and the hard copy and EPUB will be available next week:
I hope to see many of you at our event & please spread the news of the book:
Here you find the detailed programme:
and below the conference schedule.
All the best, and thank you,
# Friday, November 26 · 2021 - Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin
(streaming, tickets & programme:
18:00—18:10 · OPENING
Tatiana Bazzichelli (Founder & Artistic Director, Disruption Network
Lab, IT/DE), & Lieke Ploeger (Community Director, Disruption Network
18:10—19:45 · GERMAN PREMIERE: United States vs. Reality Winner
1h 33m, in English with English subtitles
A 2021 American documentary film, directed and produced by Sonia
Kennebeck. The film is the story of 25-year-old NSA contractor Reality
Winner who disclosed a document about Russian election interference to
the media and became the number one leak target of the Trump administration.
20:00—22:00 · PANEL/Q&A: United States vs. Reality Winner: Q&A
United States vs. Reality Winner: Q&A with Sonia Kennebeck (Film
Director, MY/DE/US), Billie Winner-Davis (Former Social Worker, mother
of Reality and Brittany Winner, US), John Kiriakou (Former CIA Officer &
Anti-torture Whistleblower, US). Moderated by Anna Myers (Executive
Director, Whistleblowing International Network, UK).
# Saturday, November 27 · 2021
16:00–16:30 · BOOK LAUNCH: WHISTLEBLOWING FOR CHANGE
Tatiana Bazzichelli (Programme Director, Disruption Network Lab, IT/DE),
Elena Veljanovska (Senior Project Manager, Disruption Network Lab, MK/DE).
16:40–18:40 · PANEL: Crowd-Sourced Civic Action: Subverting Vigilance,
Barrett Brown (Writer & Activist, Founder of Project PM, US – on video),
Naomi Colvin (Programme Director at Blueprint for Free Speech, UK),
Lauri Love (Computer Scientist, UK), Mustafa Al-Bassam (alias Tflow,
Computer Security Researcher, Former Core Member LulzSec, UK). Moderated
by Delphine Halgand-Mishra (Director of The Signals Network, FR/US).
19:00–21:00 · PANEL: Challenging Discrimination & Polarisation:
Whistleblowing in the Post-Truth Era
Daryl Davis (R&B and Blues Musician, Author, Actor, US), Annie Machon
(Former MI5 Intelligence Officer, UK/BE), Robert Trafford / Forensic
Architecture (Researcher, Open Source Investigations, UK/DE). Moderated
by Peter Matjašič (Senior Program Officer at the Open Society Initiative
for Europe – OSIFE, ES).
# Sunday, November 28 · 2021
11:00–13:00 · WORKSHOP
Building Secure Whistleblowing Platforms with GlobaLeaks Free Software
With: Rima Sghaier (Senior Community Operations Manager and MENA
Regional Lead for Team CommUNITY, TUN/IT). Read more & register
14:30–17:00 · WORKSHOP
To play or to be played? De-gamification workshop
With: Agnese Trocchi (Digital Communications Manager, Educator, IT) and
Jacopo Anderlini (Researcher, Systems/Operations Engineer, IT/DE). Read
more & register
Tatiana Bazzichelli // Artistic Director
Disruption Network Lab
Twitter: @disruptberlin // @t_bazz
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