FDA’s Public Outreach Program

Brian Bradley participated in the FDA's public outreach program, by sharing his struggle with attaining a disability pension from the Canadian federal government. The FDA wrote a report on the issue, uncovering the facts and issues surrounding Brian Bradley and thousands of others injured Canadian veterans who are being disregarded by federal politicians.

Brian Bradley participated in the FDA’s public outreach program, by sharing his struggle with attaining a disability pension from the Canadian federal government. The FDA wrote a report on the issue, uncovering the facts and issues surrounding Brian Bradley and thousands of others injured Canadian veterans who are being disregarded by federal politicians.

To ensure its objectivity and independence, the FDA does not conduct privately paid research. However, if you or your organization has an important research idea or are aware of an important issue on government processes, the FDA is available to listen to your idea or issue and possibly help raise public awareness by initiating and leading change through report research and analysis. The issues on government processes may apply to any government in the world and at any level of government. Please join us in the advancement of democracy through greater government accountability and transparency!

Please contact the FDA at research@democracychange.org

FDA Privacy Policy

The Foundation for Democratic Advancement is committed to ensuring the confidentiality of all private information submitted to it. The FDA does not distribute the private information it receives to any third-parties, nor does the FDA permit backdoor entry to private information. The FDA will only release private information if it is legally required to through a Court Order.