"Why is it that journalists are being held to a higher standard of behavior than the President of the United States?" Read more..
Those who have followed WikiLeaks and the long-running war on journalism and journalistic sources have pointed out not only how dangerous the indictment already is, but also the strong likelihood that more (and even more disturbing) charges are coming. Read more..
"la AAJ llama a la libertad de Julián Assange; reclama al Reino Unido el respeto de todos los derechos de Assange y a denegar la solicitud de su extradición a los Estados Unidos y llama a las organizaciones de juristas a pronunciarse en el mismo sentido." Read more..
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, Nestlé whistleblower Yasmine Motarjemi and Football Leaks’ Rui Pinto have been jointly awarded for the second annual GUE/NGL prize for ‘Journalists, Whistleblowers and Defenders of the Right to Information.’ Watch video of the award ceremony, in which Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mairead Maguire accepted the prize on Julian's behalf Read more..
Scores of press freedom organisations, news outlets, United Nations representatives, politicians and public figures are speaking out against Julian Assange’s arrest and warning of its implications Read more..
Even if journalists who published WikiLeaks’ leaks are not summoned by an American grand jury, the intimidation of Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning will be enough. Real journalism is being criminalised by thugs in plain sight. Dissent has become an indulgence. Read more..
See Courage's full nomination for the Award for Journalists, Whistleblowers & Defenders of the Right to Information Read more..
The Embassy’s visitor logs – maintained by Ecuador – show no such visits, since they did not occur. Paul Manafort and Assange have both issued statements unequivocally denying the alleged visits. WikiLeaks is fundraising to sue the Guardian for libel Read more..
"Any charges brought against WikiLeaks for their publishing activities pose a profound and incredibly dangerous threat to press freedom." Read more..
The forced, arbitrary incommunication imposed on Julian Assange for seven months was the subject of a protective action measure before a court in Quito on 25 and 29 October 2018 Read more..