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This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications. Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (August 2008) The Federal Accountability Initiative for Reform (FAIR) is a Canadian public interest organization and registered charity whose purpose is to support legislation and management practices that protect whistleblowers. Contents 1 Mission statement 2 History and impact 3 FAIR governance 3.1 Executive Director 3.2 Advisory Board 4 References 5 See also 6 External links // Mission statement FAIR's mission is to promote “integrity and accountability within government by empowering employees to speak out without fear of reprisal when they encounter wrongdoing” and to “support legislation and management practices that will provide effective protection for whistleblowers and hence occupational free speech in the workplace.”[1] History and impact FAIR was founded in 1998 by Joanna Gualtieri, a well-known whistleblower and a leading authority on Canadian whistleblower law. Under her leadership the organization has played a key role in the shaping of Canadian legislation on whistleblowing and accountability issues. It drafted the first Federal whistleblower protection legislation brought before the Parliament in Canada, which was introduced as a private members bill. It also provided testimony to the House Standing Legislative Committee and Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs on May 10 and September 25, 2006[2] in advance of the passing of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act.[3] FAIR governance Fair is a volunteer-run organization led by an executive director and advisory board. Executive Director David Hutton, an Ottawa-based management consultant Advisory Board The Honourable David Kilgour, MP David Swann MD, MLA Professor Gerard Seijts Robert Stenhouse, a former Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) whistleblower References ^ FAIR Website ^ May 10, 2006 Proceedings of the Legislative Committee on Bill C-2 and September 25, 2006 Proceedings of the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs ^ Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act See also Whistleblower Government Accountability Project External links Federal Accountability Initiative for Reform