Julian Assange’s father John Shipton and lawyer Jennifer Robinson come together with journalist Rachael Brown to explore the personal, public and political implications of Julian’s imprisonment in the UK.
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Lanterns for Assange. Dec 10 Human Rights Day
Corner Bourke and Swanston NAARM Solidarity light up the night for Julian Assange.Bring tea-lights "I am in a very dark place presently, light up the ...night until victory"Julian Assange. More info email firstname.lastname@example.org
People say that (writers) are pretty powerless: we don’t have an army, we don’t have a bureaucracy. But if that were true, then why would writers be arrested?... Because the spoken word is powerful.
— John Ralston Saul on the work of PEN International
Day of the Imprisoned Writer: The Case of Julian Assange
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