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Sweden drops investigation into Julian Assange – Courage statement

Julian Assange’s asylum must be respected and WikiLeaks staff must be protected from political persecution. Sign the open letter

Courage fundraiser for Chelsea Manning’s legal appeal

On the day that heroic WikiLeaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning walks free from Fort Leavenworth, Courage is partnering with Reporters Without Borders Germany and the Wau Holland Foundation to kickstart a much needed fundraiser for her legal appeal.

Open letter to Donald Trump: drop charges and investigation against WikiLeaks

Sign your name to the open letter calling on the Trump DOJ to drop any charges against and close the grand jury investigation into WikiLeaks; leading artists, politicians, and journalists around the world have already signed, including Edward Snowden, Patti Smith, Noam Chomsky, Pam Anderson and many more

WikiLeaks is Courage’s newest beneficiary

Trustee John Pilger: this is a campaign about "a principle of freedom so fundamental that its defeat would mean the conquest of all of us."

Courage marks World Press Freedom Day

Wednesday 3 May marks World Press Freedom Day, amid a growing consensus that press freedoms are at risk internationally.

Appeals court upholds LuxLeaks whistleblower convictions

A Luxembourg appeals court has upheld the convictions but reduced the sentences of two former Pricewatershouse Cooper employees who blew the whistle on rampant tax evasion

End persecution of Zambian journalist Dr M’membe

Zambian authorities raided Dr Fred M'membe's home; Courage calls for an immediate end to all legal and political persecution against Zambian journalist Dr. Fred M’membe, his lawyer and his family