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St Pancras New Church

Euston Road

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NW1 2BA

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Mark Curtis, Lisa Longstaff, Stefania Maurizi, Prof Nils Melzer, Craig Murray, John Pilger, eminent academic experts and artists will join us on Thursday 28th November 2019 to discuss & condemn the bloodsport that is the persecution of award-winning journalist and publisher Julian Assange.

Having served his prison sentence for seeking asylum, Julian is currently isolated at Belmarsh maximum security prison charged with "conspiring with Chelsea Manning to publish the Iraq War logs, the Afghanistan war logs and the State Department cables". Details of his torture, made visible by his recent court appearance, can be found here https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2019/10/assange-in-court/

We welcome trade unionists, politicians, media, students, academics and all members of the public. Entry to the event is free. Donations (at the door) towards costs will be gratefully received.

There will be an exhibition of art, in solidarity with Julian, for audience members to view before and after the discussion.

Doors Open & art exhibition commences at 5:10 pm

Discussions commence at 6:00 pm sharp and last admissions are at 5:50 pm

Discussions end at 8:30 pm sharp

Art exhibition continues until 9 pm when doors close

Due to the high levels of interest in this event, those who have registered beforehand will be given priority until 5:40 pm. Thereafter, any remaining seats will be made available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please bring a copy of your reservation with you.

Those with accessibility or other constraints should please feel free to contact us via email at jadc@protonmail.ch or via Twitter @deepa_driver

After registration, if you are no longer able to attend, please contact us as set out above, so your seat can be offered to someone else.

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