Thanks and Resources

Many thanks to all who participated in our organised solidarity actions. We protested outside Westminster Magistrates Court on the 14th of June against the US extradition of Julian Assange


and lobbied Labour Party Front Benchers


to join our efforts in opposing the efforts of US Department of Justice to criminalise journalism. Our efforts continued On 19 June, when JADC supporters lobbied Jeremy Corbynís  Islington North Constituency Labour Party 


Next Week's Action

Here are the 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 https://vimeo.com/303524320 from last Autumn summarising her efforts to obtain information and a previous radio interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QKlcZ_PUFc&feature=youtu.be

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

Julian Assange: The Debate

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

Former editor-in-chief of the Guardian Alan Rusbridger will be joined by columnist and broadcaster David Aaronovitch, chief executive of Index on Censorship Jodie Ginsberg and freelancer Vaughan Smith, with more panellists to be announced.

Buy your tickets to attend and place questions to panelists or stand in solidarity outside with your posters and banners for a respectful action in support of Julian Assange.

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 

Some supporters will go to Belmarsh independently, our organised celebration is with a protest on Saturday.

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 marking his 48th Birthday (3rd of July).

Meet: Outside National Gallery

Nearest tube:  Charing Cross or Embankment

Please find attached an infographic advertising the event.

Of Interest:

Pre-order Book "In defence of Julian Assange"

It is critical now to build support for Assange and prevent his delivery into the hands of the Trump administration. That is the urgent purpose of this book. A wide range of distinguished contributors, many of them in original pieces, here set out the story of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks, the importance of their work, and the dangers for us all in the persecution they face. In Defense of Julian Assange is a vivid, vital intervention into one of the most important political issues of our day.

An important note!! All royalties go to @couragefound to support Julian Assange!

More details here: https://www.orbooks.com/catalog/in-defense-of-julian-assange/

Listen to: Pamela Anderson's account of her Belmarsh prison visit here https://kpfa.org/player/?audio=313165 an interview with Randy Credico and Dennis Bernstein.

Sign the petition to oppose Julian Assange's extradition to the US https://www.change.org/p/free-julian-assange-before-it-s-too-late-stop-usa-extradition

In solidarity

JADC (Julian Assange Defence Committee)
Grassroots solidarity for the WikiLeaks editor


JADC focuses on organising events and campaigns in defence of Julian Assange Human Rights and work with WikiLeaks the publishers. 

Join our efforts in solidarity by attending a vigil, taking part in letter writing campaigns, distributing flyers, attending supportive events!

This e-mail list is our first step in co-ordinating better our solidarity work defending Julian Assange and his work at WikiLeaks.