Today, whistleblowers are regarded as snitches or lunatics, or in better case, heroes.

Those who have decided not to turn a blind eye to the breaking of legal and moral rules have become a group isolated in the corner, a group which has been forgotten, which is contiunally ignored, silenced, or ostracized. State authorities then play the role of those who condemnd the unfair practices once exposed, but are typically unable to offer a helping hand.

We want to share with you stories of whistleblowers, and change this situation together.