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Assange’s appeal application

Tim Dawson, the IFJ’s deputy general secretary, reports on the WikiLeaks founder’s appeal against extradition to the United States.

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US government must end its pursuit of Julian Assange

NUJ members can show their opposition to the United States’ efforts to extradite Julian Assange by attending demonstrations in London on 20 and 21 February.

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14 Feb 2024
Assange treatment "atrocious breach of natural justice", says David Davis

At a cross party meeting in parliament, former foreign secretary David Davis MP described the treatment of journalist Julian Assange as an "atrocious breach of natural justice".

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12 Jul 2023
UK government must not aid US in Assange extradition efforts

The National Union of Journalists is alarmed to learn that UK police officers have approached British-based journalists, apparently seeking evidence intended to aid the prosecution of Julian Assange.

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10 Jul 2023
IFJ president joins human chain for Assange

NUJ members joined thousands of free speech supporters opposing the extradition of Julian Assange at a protest in London.

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08 Oct 2022
A human chain to defend free speech

NEC member Tim Dawson urges members to join journalists on 8 October in Parliament Square, opposing Julian Assange's extradition.

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04 Oct 2022
Right on his side: growing opposition to Assange's prosecution

NEC member Tim Dawson reports on Julian Assange's case, and action journalists can take to show their support.

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20 Jun 2022
Assange's fate in Priti Patel's hands

NEC member Tim Dawson reports on developments in Julian Assange's case.

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20 Apr 2022
Julian Assange wins right to ask UK Supreme Court to consider his extradition case

Michelle Stanistreet said: "Welcome as this decision is, this case is damaging media freedom every day that it drags on."

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24 Jan 2022
Assange decision a “hammer-blow to free expression”

Court rules that the Wikileaks founder can be extradited to US to face espionage charges.

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