At the Convocation Hall on 22 October 2021 - 15h BST - Westminster - Free Julian Assange

Tariq Ali
Historian and original member of The Russell-Sartre Tribunal

Renata Ávila
CEO, Open Knowledge Foundation

Apsana Begum
Member of UK Parliament

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Richard Burgon
Member of UK Parliament

Jeremy Corbyn
Member of UK Parliament and
Founder of the Peace and Justice Project

Rafael Correa
Former President of Ecuador (2007-2017)

Özlem Demirel
Member of European Parliament

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Deepa Govindarajan Driver
University Lecturer, Legal observer at Julian Assange's extradition hearings

Daniel Ellsberg
Whistleblower, Pentagon Papers

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Selay Ghaffar
Spokesperson for the Solidarity Party of Afghanistan

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Markéta Gregorová
Member of European Parliament

Heike Hänsel
Member of the Bundestag

Srećko Horvat
Philosopher, Council member of the Progressive International, Co-Founder of DiEM25

Ken Loach

Annie Machon
Former intelligence officer for MI5, Whistleblower

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Stefania Maurizi
Investigative Journalist, Il Fatto Quotidiano

John McDonnell
Member of UK Parliament

Yanis Varoufakis
Member of Hellenic Parliament

Co-Founder of DiEM25

Ben Wizner
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Lead attorney of Edward Snowden

Eyal Weizman
Director of Forensic Architecture and
Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths

In just 10 years, Wikileaks exposed the reality of the War on Terror.

For exposing the criminality of the War on Terror, the US and its allies have persecuted, imprisoned, and plotted to assassinate Julian Assange.

Now, we are putting the War on Terror on trial.

The Belmarsh Tribunal will try the US government for its crimes of the twenty-first century — from atrocities in Iraq to torture at Guantánamo Bay to a surveillance program.

In doing so, the Belmarsh Tribunal turns the tables in the extradition hearing against Julian Assange on 27-28 October — a case that will shape the future of journalism for decades to come.

“If wars can be started by lies, peace can be started by truth." - Julian Assange.

Register to attend the Belmarsh Tribunal.

We are convening parliamentarians, journalists, lawyers, and investigators to fight for truth and justice against Assange's extradition to the United States. Register to attend the Tribunal online.

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