We are pleased to introduce Nazli Jelveh as the newest member of FIPA’s Board of Directors.
After completing her undergraduate studies in mathematics, she attended Osgoode Hall Law School and obtained her JD in 2018. Currently, she works as an articling law student at a boutique law firm in downtown Vancouver and will soon be called to the bar of BC.
Join us in giving a warm welcome to Nazli!
We offer Freedom of Information workshops to anyone looking to learn basic and practical skills needed to start tackling their own FOI projects.
Workshops are entirely FREE and can be focused on the foundational knowledge of FOI through our 101 workshops, or the more advanced intricacies found in our 201 version.
Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
Last November, we published Carroll Anne Boydell’s analysis of BC’s new whistleblower legislation – the Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) – and how it compares to international best practice standards. The study, which is currently available to download from our website, examines different legislations containing protections for whistleblowers who disclose wrongdoing in the province and determines how well they follow best practice principles.
Click here for a free download of the document.
Data Subjects is a new podcast dedicated to issues surrounding privacy and freedom of information rights in Canada.
The show marks FIPA’s first foray into the world of podcasts. Episodes will tackle a wide variety of topics, from the history of FOI in Canada, to the pitfalls of our modern privacy rights, and many more. Each episode will feature interviews with some of Canada’s most renowned figures from both the privacy and FOI landscapes, as well as stories from within FIPA.
Data Subjects will launch this spring and will be available on your favourite podcast provider like Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, and on our website.