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Democracy, Education, Ethics, Governance, Human Rights, Innovation, Justice, Religion, Science
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I have been a practitioner in the field of Public Sector Ethics / Government Ethics since 1982. My particular interests are in codes and legislation, training/capacity-building, integrity systems, and Whistleblowing. My main influencer has been the Constitutionalist John Rohr of Virginia Tech. For the rest, you will find me here: www.linkedin.com/in/howard-whitton-b315b4b/
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