1st-6th July 2019 – Upcoming London events in support of Julian #Assange and #WikiLeaks

Dear friends in the struggle to free Julian Assange!

Here are planned actions for the upcoming week commencing Monday the 1st of July 2019.

Monday 1st of July 10:30am

Join us in support of the efforts of investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi to unlock the facts of the Julian Assange case through her Freedom Of Information litigation against the UK government. She requests original documents. We shall attend peacefully the tribunal which is open to the public. Please arrive 10 minutes early, at reception and proceed to the relevant room as advised by reception. A photograph will be taken during break outside the building with our Free Assange Banners.

For background check this video  from last Autumn summarising her efforts to obtain information and a previous radio interview .

Address: Field House Tribunal Hearing Centre, 15-25 Breams Buildings, London, EC4A 1DZ
Nearest tube: Chancery Lane on Central Line.
Map: https://courttribunalfinder.service.gov.uk/courts/field-house-tribunal-hearing-centre

Tuesday 2nd of July 7pm

Attend the “Julian Assange: The Debate” panel discussion where outspoken critics of WikiLeaks and Julian Assange will debate his friend Vaughan Smith at Frontline club.

Tickets: https://www.frontlineclub.com/julian-assange-the-debate/

Buy your tickets to attend and place questions to panelists and correct the record in the story or stand in solidarity outside with your posters and banners for a respectful action in support of the WikiLeaks publisher.

Address: 13 Norfolk Place, London, W2 1QJ
Nearest Tube: Paddington Edgware Road on Hammersmith, Bakerloo, District and Circle lines or Edgware Road

Wednesday 3rd of July is Julian Assange’s 48th B-day

  1. Some supporters will go to Belmarsh independently, with candles or without. Our organised celebration for Julian’s Birthday is with a protest in Trafalgar Square on Saturday.

2. Socialist Equality Party (UK) public meeting at 6.30pm, from wsws:

The committee is open to all progressive, socialist and left-wing individuals and organizations seeking to prevent his extradition to the United States by a corrupt British legal system, where he faces charges under the Espionage Act carrying a collective sentence of 175 years and a possible death sentence.

Address: YMCA Indian Student Hostel, 41 Fitzroy Square, London W1T 6AQ

For more background and information read:

1. For a worldwide campaign to prevent Julian Assange’s rendition to the US!
2. Public Meeting in London for a global campaign to prevent Julian Assange’s rendition to the US!

Friday 5th July JADC working group meeting 5-8pm

Have fun helping organise our campaign, support, network, plan actions, join JADC, get involved in correcting the record, letter writing, rallies, banners and flyers! Meeting room no 3 is based on the ground floor.

Address: Unite House, 128 Theobalds Road, Holborn, WC1X 8TN
Nearest tube: Holborn on Central and Piccadilly Lines.

Saturday 6th of July 2pm

Our protest against the US persecution of Julian Assange continues at Trafalgar Square marking his 48th Birthday (3rd of July). This action coincides with London Pride and so there is no better timing to remember the sacrifices that Chelsea Manning, currently incarcerated for refusing to testify against Julian Assange at the WikiLeaks US Grand Jury and honour her principled stand.

Meet: Outside National Gallery
Nearest tube: Charing Cross or Embankment

In Solidarity! Join the actions!

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