TruthIsLouder.com: for 'self-represented Litigants' and 'would-be' Whistleblowers and the People Who Support Them

TruthIsLouder.com voices the public interest: Enjoy interesting and informative articles, helpful resources and a blog. Find out about the harsh realities of whistleblowing and conducting a legal case without any legal representation.

TruthIsLouder.com is a valuable online resource and a new worldwide movement, with a noble cause.

We need you to help us reach people who care about equal access to justice, protecting whistleblowers and human rights.

The website features legal cases such as the Vaughan v London Borough of Lewisham Employment Tribunal and High Court defamation cases.

An epic interactive timeline about the cases is available to view on the website, with links to extensive legal documentation and evidence.

Truth is Louder also introduces its 'Pay it Forward' movement and invites you to write in and share your stories, tips and resources and expertise, so that others can benefit from them.

It strives to encourage the actions of 'paying-it-forward', to rouse a society and a world where people help, just for the sake of helping!

A particular demand exists for an online resource and movement like this, that will create some sense of empowerment for 'self-represented litigants' and 'would be' whistleblowers in an area in which that is manifestly needed but woefully absent.

Most people who bring a Tribunal claim will be unrepresented and as a result they are likely to experience a long period of struggle and frustration.

Truth is Louder is a movement of people applying their talents to creating new forms of approaches to problem solving.

Our unique form of social innovation will develop fresh opportunities for those for whom the system is currently not working well enough.

'One person can achieve little or nothing. Many can move mountains'

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