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A non-exhaustive list of the many actions that happened, are happening and will happen in defense of freedom of the press, WikiLeaks and Julian Assange.

An attempt to give visibility to these actions, as well as to inspire new ones! Feel free to add you own actions, or some you are aware of but are not listed here

For the most consistently updated list of actions please refer to: https://www.candles4assange.com/

Upcoming events

Weekly / Ongoing events

Vigils and gatherings in front of embassies & symbolic places

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Candles4Assange are a global collective of supporters who came together first on 3 July 2019 when Wellington invited the world to a birthday vigil for Julian. 62 cities from 25 countries came together to fight for Julian Assange & Chelsea Manning's freedom. Candles now work with a series of groups to list and instigate international solidarity actions in support of specific one-off actions going on in Belmarsh / Central London and key sites in the US and Australia.

There are over 49 cities holding regular protests (almost 30 in Germany alone!) and daily events / sit-ins and various daily actions going on in Brisbane, London and Melbourne which we also try to list and promote: https://www.candles4assange.com/ with German and European cities covered in more detail in https://www.candles4assange.de ​#CANDLES4ASSANGE

MONDAYS

POTSDAM GERMANY -  Steubenplatz                               6PM

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - UK Consul.10 Ave d'Auderghem               5PM

WITTEN, GERMANY - in front of the Galeria                    5PM

TUESDAYS

ESSLINGEN, GERMANY -  Steubenplatz                      4.30PM

WEDNESDAYS

VIENNA, AUSTRIA - Stephansplatz                               5PM 

BERLIN, GERMANY -   Brandenburger Tor                         7PM

DÜSSELDORF, GERMANY -  Hauptbahnhof                           5PM(fortnightly)18 Mar

ROSTOCK, GERMANY - Universitätsplz 18Mar/ Doberanerplz 1April  5PM (fortnightly)

FRANKFURT AM MAIN, GERMANY -  - Zeil am Brockhauabrunnen      5PM (fortnightly) 18Mar

MÖNCHENGLADBACH , GERMANY -  Alten Markt                      5PM (1 x month)

SCHWERIN, GERMANY -  Marienplatz Ecke                      6PM (fortnightly)

LUDWIGSBURG, GERMANY - Obere Marktstrasse                      6PM (1 x month) 25April

HAMBURG , GERMANY - Flaggenplatz am Jungfernstie               5PM 

LEIPZIG, GERMANY - Lowenbrunnen                                4PM

BADEN-BADEN , GERMANY -  Leopoldsplatz                         5PM 

COTTBUS, GERMANY -  Stadthallenvorplatz                        7PM (fortnightly)11March

ULM, GERMANY -  Fußgängerzone Höhe Volksbank                  5PM (fortnightly)11March

HANAU, GERMANY -  Marktplatz                                  10AM

MÜNCHEN, GERMANY -  Weisenburg                                5PM 

SINGEN , GERMANY -  Ecke August-Ruf-Str.                    6PM (fortnightly)18March

DRESDEN, GERMANY -  Jorge-Gomondai-Platz                       7PM (fortnightly)

KARLSRUHE , GERMANY - Ludwigplatz                             10.30AM (fortnightly)

THURSDAYS 

NEW YORK USA – Grand Central Terminal               5.30PM @NYCFreeAssange

VIENNA AUSTRIA – 11 Gaußplatz                             7.30PM @yviy1

STUTTGART , GERMANY - Rotebühlplatz / Marienstr.              5PM 

BREMEN GERMANY - Bremer Marktplatz                           5PM

FRIDAYS

MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA - Flinders Street Station                 6.30PM @Melbourne4Wiki

SYDNEY AUSTRALIA - Town Hall                             12NOON @people4assange

BREMEN GERMANY - Villa Ichon 4 Goetheplatz                   7PM

KOLN Domplatte                                               5PM 

MAGDEBURG, GERMANY - Ernst-REuterAllee am MVBHauschen         4PM

PADERBORN GERMANY - Franziskanerkirche                        4PM

SATURDAYS

LONDON, UK - Belmarsh                                         2PM

LONDON, UK  - Trafalgar Square                                5PM

BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - King George Sq.                         2PM

NEWPORT, UK - Thomas Sq. Isle of Wight                        4PM

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND - 40 NiederdorfStrasse                   2PM (21 March/ 4+18 April)

LUZERN, SWITZERLAND - Lowenplatz   (14 Mar) Munsterberg       1PM @FreeAssange_ch

BASEL, SWITZERLAND - (28 Mar) Munsterberg                     2PM @FreeAssange_ch

HANNOVER, GERMANY - Kropcke,                              3PM 

HEIDELBERG, GERMANY- Anatomiegarten                           12 NOON 

FRANKFURT AM MAIN,  GERMANY- Zeil am Brockhaus                12PM (monthly) 11Apr/9May

FREIBURG , GERMANY -  Platz der Alten Synagoge               2PM (monthly) 25April

FLENSBURG - GERMANY - Holmnixe                                10.30AM 

MARBURG, GERMANY - Marketplatz in der Oberstadt            11AM (monthly) 25April

CELLE, GERMANY - Poststrasse Ecke Rundestrasse                10AM (monthly) 25April

KARLSRUHE, GERMANY - Ludwigplatz                              1PM (monthly) 25April

KONSTANZ, GERMANY - Marketsttate                             11.30AM (monthly) 25April

DONAU, GERMANY - Höhe Marienapotheke​                         10AM

Exhibitions

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Hungry for Press Freedom (Brussels, Belgium)

A month long hunger strike performance where actors -each on 24 hour shifts, are confined to a small prison cell, under the surveillance of another actor, the prison guard. The cell is visible for passerby’s to see.

A meeting point where people interested in human rights, are invited to network, exchange ideas, and get creative.

Various talks, debates, performances, workshops, and film screenings to engage with the public and create dialogue.

A lounge space with library where people can inform themselves.

An ever evolving dedicated exhibition to which people are invited to contribute.

Rue Blaes 132, 1000 Bruxelles**

https://hungryforpressfreedom.wordpress.com/

We Are Millions Photo Campaign

The photo-gallery campaign We Are Millions aims at displaying the multitude of supports of Assange. It has been turned several times into exhibits.

https://wearemillions.org

Anything to say ?

“Anything to say?”, is a life size bronze sculpture, portraying three figures each one standing on a chair. The fourth chair is empty because it is our chair. The one for us to stand up on to express ourselves or simply to stand next to Edward Snowden, Julien Assange and Chelsea Manning, who had the courage to say no to the intrusion of global surveillance and to lies that lead to war. Both loved and hated, they chose to loose the comfort zone of their lives to tell the truth.

http://www.anythingtosay.com/

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