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- Write to your MP asking No US Extradition for Julian #Assange of #WikiLeaks
- Solidarity Vigil Call out: 07/10/18 Celebrating #WikiLeaks 12th Birthday (4/10/06) #Unity4JDay
- #Unity4JDay arrives in London – 2/09/2018 – Candles for Julian #Assange of #WikiLeaks
- Julian Assange 16/08/18 – Marking 6 Embassy Years under Political Asylum
- A week of solidarity action in defence of Julian Assange – July 2018
- Vigil Call Out for Julian #Assange 16th of August 2018 – Political Asylum is a right not a crime
- Celebrating Julian Assange’s 47th Birthday on the street where he lives.
- 19th of June 2018 Standing in solidarity with Julian #Assange of #WikiLeaks, #Unity4J
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Monthly Archives: November 2011
Free Bradley Manning! End the Wars! Saturday 17 December, from 2pm at the US Embassy in London. Closest tube is Bond Street. [Summary of WISE area actions for Bradley Manning on 17 Dec here.] * SPEAKERS * MUSIC * OPEN … Continue reading
54 MEPs (update: at least 64 now) including Jill Evans and Derek Vaughan of Wales, Paul Murphy and Nessa Childers of Ireland, Jean Lambert, Keith Taylor and Richard Howitt of England, have signed a letter addressed to: US President Barack … Continue reading
From 8.30am at the Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand, London Have a look at this article by Kellie Tranter about Julian Assange, including interview with Christine Assange. An anti-war solidarity vigil will be held outside the High Court/Royal Courts … Continue reading
Earlier this month, Michael Lyons, the navy medic who was sentenced to detention in Colchester Military Corrective Training Centre for refusing to take up arms and protesting the war in Afghanistan, was released. Michael Lyons was inspired to take action … Continue reading
A beefed up City of London police presence & deployed armed police greeted approx 15 activists demanding the freedom of Bradley Manning on the steps of St. Paul’s Cathedral on “U.S. Thanksgiving Day”. The U.S. Ambassador was attending the annual … Continue reading
Update 15 November 2011: Julian Assange’s team have raised the following points of law as grounds to appeal to the Supreme Court: 1) Whether a European Arrest Warrant issued by a partisan prosecutor working for the executive (i.e. not an … Continue reading
Catholic Workers and Veterans for Peace held an alternative Armistice Day event on Friday 11 November starting at the Occupy LSX site at St Paul’s Cathedral and concluding at the Bank of England. The ceremony outside the bank included naming … Continue reading
Outside the Royal Courts of Justice More photos here. Members of Catholic Worker communities, Anonymous, Veterans for Peace, anti-war, freedom of information and Occupy London activists gathered outside the High Court, London in solidarity with Julian Assange on Wed. Nov … Continue reading
Assange’s appeal against extradition to Sweden has been turned down at the High Court in London this morning. Assange has 14 days to appeal to the Supreme Court against the ruling if he can show that there are issues at … Continue reading
Julian Assange will hear the outcome of his extradition appeal at the Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand, London on Wed 2nd November. Solidarity demo and vigil from 8.30am. Please support if you can. Ruling on the appeal of extradition … Continue reading