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WORKSHOP ON SAT 18TH OCTOBER Long time Chelsea Manning & Julian Assange supporters, Payday Men’s Network (see Refusing to Kill) and Queer Strike (see Global Womens Strike) will be at the Anarchist Bookfair, London, this Saturday, the 18th of October, … Continue reading
Tagged Anarchist Bookfair, anti-militarism, anti-war, Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange, LGBQT, London, meeting, Payday Mens Network, Queer Strike, refusenik, San Francisco Pride, whistleblower
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PETER TATCHELL ISSUES STATEMENT AS TRIAL GETS UNDERWAY Peter Tatchell has issued a new statement at the start of Bradley’s trial. He writes: Bradley Manning: Whistle-blowing human rights hero. On trial for exposing US war crimes, while killers walk free. Manning faces … Continue reading
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10 September 2012 During the day we became aware that Juan Mendez, UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, and a significant contributor to the highlighting of Bradley Manning’s barbaric treatment in his pre-trial confinement, was due to speak that evening at … Continue reading
Tagged Bradley Manning, Britain, Chatham House, Gareth Peirce, Juan Mendez, Julian Assange, London, meeting, solidarity, speakers, torture
When we heard that Tim Price’s powerful play ‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning’ was to be performed by National Theatre Wales in schools in Pembrokeshire, Cardiff and Flintshire during April, starting with Tasker Milward, the school Bradley attended as a … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, art, benefit gig, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, Catholic Worker, court, Craig Murray, demo, Denbigh, exhibition, film, flyer, Food Not Bombs, Haverfordwest, leafleting, letters, meeting, National Theatre Wales, Pembrokeshire, performance, solidarity, speakers, Veterans for Peace, vigil, Wales, WikiLeaks, Wrexham
Fri 27 April BACKGROUND Last Friday, a small meeting brought together whistleblowers past and present and their supporters in Denbigh as part of a three week series of events in Wales in solidarity with accused whistleblower Bradley Manning, who has … Continue reading
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Members of the embryonic Veterans for Peace UK chapter have been actively supporting Bradley Manning this past year. On Easter Sunday, the chapter met officially for the first time, followed by a public launch on Easter Monday. This report is … Continue reading
The court hearing Bradley is back in court for a pre-trial ‘motions’ hearing. Reports from the court here: Kevin Gosztola; Nathan Fuller day 1; Nathan Fuller day 2. Supporters in Cardiff held a day of solidarity to mark the beginning … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, film, Food Not Bombs, Incident in New Baghdad, Jim Spione, leafleting, meeting, solidarity, Wales, WISE Up
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We jointly hosted a meeting with Wales Council for International Affairs last night, 16 April. The main speaker was whistleblower Craig Murray, with a short introduction by photojournalist Guy Smallman whose photos from Afghanistan are currently on display at Cardiff … Continue reading
When? Friday 27 April, 7pm Where? Welsh Language Centre, Lenten Pool, Denbigh LL16 3LG What’s it about? Whistleblowers in Wales face, to varying degrees, the same difficulties and traumas as whistleblowers everywhere: the rhetoric might be protection but the reality … Continue reading
Bradley Manning Support Events (Wales) along with Wales Council for International Affairs have organised an evening with Craig Murray. When? Monday 16 April from 6-8pm at Cardiff University. Where? Small Chemistry Lecture Theatre, Cardiff University Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff. … Continue reading