No Extradition – Julian Assange and the Labour Party

Julian Assange has been largely abandoned by the UK’s political class. His imprisonment and possible extradition to Trump’s USA remains one of the outrages of our time.
This event will discuss the Assange case and the role of the UK Labour Party. The speakers are Pablo Navarrete, the director of the documentary No Extradition (2020, 35 mins) and Dr Deepa Driver (Free the Truth/Camden Momentum).
Chaired by Ealing Momentum.
Free entry.

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Meeting ID: 863 1453 1082
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6.45pm-8pm BST Tuesday, 27 October, 2020
(Event will start at 7pm)
You can stream No Extradition on Vimeo here:
No Extradition: Julian Assange’s Father & The Struggle for His Son’s Freedom.
(Director, Pablo Navarrete, 35 mins, 2020, Alborada Films).
No Extradition follows John Shipton, the father of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, over a number of months as he campaigns to prevent his son from being extradited to the United States and secure his release from Britain’s Belmarsh maximum-security prison. The film also features some of the individuals and grassroots groups campaigning in the UK campaigning for Assange’s freedom.
“Pablo Navarrete’s outstanding film No Extradition could be titled, ‘No Pasaran!’ It has the same principled defiance and reflects the refusal of Julian Assange to comply with his persecutors and be broken by them.” – John Pilger, Journalist & Documentary Filmmaker
Dr Deepa Govindarajan Driver is a trade unionist and a member of the National Executive Committee of UCU. She serves as co-chair of UCU’s USS National Dispute Committee, elected national negotiator on USS pensions, and a member of the union’s Legal Support Review Panel. Deepa is a lecturer in financial regulation and corporate governance at the University of Reading. She organises the FreeTheTruth events in defence of Julian Assange.
Pablo Navarrete is a journalist and documentary filmmaker.
Event organised by Momentum Ealing

Event supported by Momentum Barnet


Oct 27 2020


6:45 pm - 8:00 pm

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