Founding Members of Whistleblowing Women are -
Robina Cosser - editor of The Teachers Are Blowing Their Whistles
Karen Smith - editor of SING - Silence is Not Golden
Christine Cameron - Christine's story is told in her free book I will not die, but live! Christine's story can be also be found on this website : http://www.whistleblowingwomen.com/qldhealthnurses.htm
Whistleblowing Women is edited by Robina Cosser, Schools and Teachers Contact Person and Past Vice-President (2010-2016) of Whistleblowers Australia.
Robina's publications and media -
Robina Cosser, Fighting the good fight , an ABC OPEN short story, 25 February 2015
Several members of Robina's website - The Teachers Are Blowing Their Whistles - and Robina herself - were quoted in Trent Dalton's Weekend Australian cover story "Class warfare" (July 19-20 2014) : http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/features/life-on-the-front-line-of-teaching/story-e6frg8h6-1226989800189
Robina's submission to the Legal Affairs and Community Safety Committee's review of the Crime and Misconduct and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2014 can be found by searching for 'Robina Cosser' on the TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER of the Queensland Parliament House publications and reports search :
Robina was interviewed on Mornings with Steve Austin : Unspoken truths of the teaching profession, Steve Austin, Rebecca Armstrong, 612 ABC Brisbane, 29 November 2013 : http://blogs.abc.net.au/queensland/2013/11/unspoken-truths-of-the-teaching-profession.html
Robina Cosser, The Waste in Our Schools, On Line Opinion, 27 November 2013.
Robina Cosser, So you're thinking of Blowing the Whistle?, p10-11, The Whistle No 75, July 2013
Robina Cosser, "Why Cameron Dick's workplace bullying reference group will fail Queensland teachers - again" The Sunshine Coast Daily, 1 August 2011, and the Bullied Academics website, 18 August 2011
Robina Cosser Dealing With a "Reformed Policy" , p.6-7, The Whistle, January 2010.
Robina appeared in the Today Tonight program Teachers Marching Out Friday 26 February 2010.
In August 2012, The Teachers Are Blowing their Whistles was selected by the State Library of Queensland for inclusion in the PANDORA Archive, Australia's archive of 'websites of lasting significance'.
Inclusion in the PANDORA Archive will enable public access to The Teachers Are Blowing their Whistles in perpetuity.
IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO WHISTLEBLOWING WOMEN:
Your story will help other women dealing with corruption.
They can learn a great deal from your experience.
But if you want your name taken off this website, no problem at all, whatever is best for you.
And, if you are a Whistleblowing Woman - consider joining Whistleblowers Australia - only $25 a year!