This week’s Upcoming Events in support of Julian Assange: Flyering, Film Launch, Court, Vigils

Keep safe in these difficult times, sending best wishes to all our members! We have started planning our street actions again observing social distancing at the same time. Hand sanitiser and disposable facial masks are available or bring your own.

Flyering to build up support Wednesday 12/08/20 6pm o/s No 10 Downing street

The past few weeks grassroots solidarity activists have been trying to drum up more support in London, at Piccadilly, Belmarsh and by building solidarity with other groups in London participating in their solidarity actions like supporting the struggle of Columbian people as they protested the murder and rape of indigenous people, outside their embassy in London and standing in solidarity with the Palestinian people fighting for freedom, peace and protesting outside the Israeli Embassy against the flagrant violation of Palestinian human rights.

We are trying to get a big show of support at this Friday’s case management hearing which will take at Westminster Magistrates Court, at 9am. To reach out to more people we are going to flyer at No 10 Downing Street this Wednesday (12th) at 6pm. There is a lot of protest action going on in this zone at the moment which is why we have chosen to meet there.

Please come if you can spare the time, cost and energy. I know it ain’t easy, so no pressure!

Film Launch “No Extradition: Julian Assange’s Father & The Struggle for His Son’s Freedom”

Support Independent Filmmakers, Support JADC
Thursday, 13/8/20 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM UTC+01

An amazing opportunity to see up close part of the journey to free Julian Assange in the UK by his father and others. A beautifully crafted short documentary made by journalist and film-maker Pablo Navarrete.

Tickets Available Here!

Watch the Trailer Here!

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Online International Launch: Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM UTC+01

Hosted by No Extradition, Alborada Films and Pablo Navarrete

“No Extradition: Julian Assange’s Father & The Struggle for His Son’s Freedom.”

(Director, Pablo Navarrete, 32 mins, Alborada Films).

Featuring John Shipton plus Nils Melzer (UN Special Rapporteur on Torture), M.I.A, John Pilger, Lowkey, Lisa Longstaff and others.

The Online International Launch event includes post screening Q&A moderated by Filmmaker Suzie Gilbert with Julian Assange’s father John Shipton, the documentary’s director Pablo Navarrete and Emmy Butlin from Committee to Defend Julian Assange

A quarter of the tickets revenues will go to the Committee to Defend Julian Assange.

Friday 14/8/20 Administrative Court Hearing Westminster Magistrates Court 10am

It is extremely important supporters attend and witness proceedings at court every time there is a court hearing.

Nearest Tube: Marylebone, Baker street and Edgware Road,

Please note London Transport requires the use of Facemasks to protect against the spread of Covid19.

Belmarsh Vigil for Julian Assange Saturdays 12 to 3pm

Join local residents in solidarity with Julian Assange. Social Distancing rules apply. For the 25th of July please bring Yellow ribbons, in solidarity to political prisoner Julian Assange to decorate the trees outside Belmarsh. Address: Western Way, London SE28 0EB Pick up a pack of the new flyers, an amazing booklet by @SomersetBean to mark Julian Assange spending one year in Belmarsh.

Candles4Assange / Speak up4Assange Saturdays 4-6pm

Join our regular solidarity activists at Piccadilly Circus in solidarity with Julian Assange. Banners, Posters, Flyers, Chanting, informing the passers by about developments in the case. Help us build up the mass movement needed to Free the WikiLeaks Publisher from the clutches of Belmarsh prison.

Nearest Tube:

Charing Cross Charing Cross (on the Bakerloo and Northern lines) is the closest Tube station, with an entrance/exit towards Trafalgar Square. The following stations are within a few minutes’ walk: Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly lines) Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines)

Please note London Transport requires the use of Facemasks to protect against the spread of Covid19.

Free Assange cloth masks can be ordered here:

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