Precariousness Of Assange’s Asylum Intensifies Solidarity Efforts

During the emergency Unity4J discussion, Cian Westmoreland cited his favorite quote from the novel Cloud Atlas, explaining that he first came across the book and quote while serving in Afghanistan. He said that the passage emphasized the importance of even the smallest actions in shaping our future. The statement is intensely apt in describing the current fight for Assange’s safety. Each of our individual small acts – and equally our small inactions, will shape our collective future in determining whether the integrity of free speech is protected, and whether Assange will one day go free.

Who Is Joel Davis, Really?

Why did the Campaign to Stop Rape and Gender Violence in Conflict lie about Davis’s role in their press release in response to his arrest? Does truth and accountability mean nothing in the world of humanitarian aid?

Ecuadorian Official Implies Resolution To Assange’s Isolation May Be Imminent

With his sixth anniversary since seeking asylum is the Embassy rapidly approaching, pressure has escalated on the Ecuadorian government to resolve the situation in a humane manner.

Opinion: Ecuador’s Solitary Confinement Of Assange Is Torture

If the West is allowed to slowly kill Julian Assange in this manner, the entire public will have lost one of its most stalwart protectors from the wrongs of government, and that is a loss which is utterly irreplaceable.