Supporting Freedom of Expression

Liberty of Speech

was founded in 2024 by team member of Blueprint for Freespeech Greece, Aristeidi ( Ari) Danikas, an ex South African Whislteblower himself, who in 2008 was forced to return to Greece in fear of his life, after exposing extrajudicial killings, human rights violations, and Apartheid interrogation techniques, by specialized police units in South Africa against colored people.

Liberty of Speech is a non-profit charity that works internationally to promote both the Declaration on Race and Racial Prejudice and the Right to Freedom of Expression. Our work defends Article 1 of the United Nations of Human Rights and Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which asserts the right to freedom of opinion and expression for all people. Liberty of speech is afiliated with international Non For Profits organisations such as BluePrint For Freespeech and Whishtelblowers of America.

Whistleblowers Stories

GLOBAL CORRUPTION AND PUBLIC INTEGRITY: THE HUMAN FACTOR

GLOBAL CORRUPTION AND PUBLIC INTEGRITY: THE HUMAN FACTOR

GLOBAL CORRUPTION AND PUBLIC INTEGRITY: THE HUMAN FACTOR. We are thrilled to announce our first-ever international conference, held in collaboration with Whistleblowers of America. Set against the backdrop of historic Athens, the birthplace of Democracy, this event promises two days of insightful discussions.

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RIP  Babita Deokaran (South Africa)

RIP Babita Deokaran (South Africa)

South African health agency whistleblower Babita Deokaran was a key witness in a long-running investigation into alleged corruption in the procurement of essential personal protective equipment (PPE) for medics in the front line of the Covid 19 pandemic. On 23 August...

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The #MeToo movement, whistleblowing & leadership failure

The #MeToo movement, whistleblowing & leadership failure

Yasmine Motarjemi won her appeal against Nestlé in her lengthy whistleblowing case in Switzerland on 7 January 2020, it was announced. In a statement she responded: “My judicial battle continues, as I still have to fight on many fronts, including for my financial survival. However, I hope that this recent breakthrough will mark a turning point in my long struggle for ethical behavior, justice and respect for human rights.”

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Bianca Goodson (South Africa)

Bianca Goodson (South Africa)

Goodson’s brave public disclosure exposed the corrupt activities of the Gupta family - the starting point for South Africa’s investigation into whole-of-state corruption South Africa’s detailed investigation into high level public corruption started in 2016, when the...

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Patricia Mashale (South Africa)

Patricia Mashale (South Africa)

South Africa’s Police Service failed to respect confidentiality and exposed whistleblower Mashale and her family to a terrifying campaign of retaliation Patricia Mashale was a senior administrative clerk working in the police firearms department in the Free State...

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