Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Julian Assange: 2 years 2 long: London Vigil—June 19

What:            Solidarity Vigil in support of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks
When:            19/06/2014 between 5pm and 7pm (updated time)
Where:           Ecuadorian Embassy in London, No 3 Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge

Find more info here



A3 poster downloads—get printing for June 19



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INFOGRAPHIC: Checkout the Assange story of the last few years here.

Julian Assange: 2 Years in the Embassy (and the bit before)—#SunOrCell infographic

2 years ago on June 19, Julian Assange sought asylum from political persecution in the Embassy of Ecuador, London.

This new infographic attempts to tell the story since that time, and to put that story in the context of the events leading up to that day.

Of course there is more depth and complexity to the story than can be portrayed in this "easy-to-view" format. A good place to start is the website justice4assange.com where you'll find a new FAQ.

There's also a great new site here, counting the UK taxpayer money wasted "guarding" the Ecuadorian embassy since 19 June 2012.

DOWNLOAD A WEB VIEW PDF OF THE INFOGRAPHIC HERE

 

DOWNLOAD A PRINT PDF OF THE INFOGRAPHIC HERE

 

 There's also a link to download a jpg below if you'd like to embed it in your blog or site. And HERE you'll find a zip folder of 8xA3 greyscale pdfs for a home print of the entire infographic. They overlap so you can trim and overlay the ends of each 'panel' when pasting up.

DOWNLOAD A JPEG OF THE INFOGRAPHIC HERE [6.7MB]


Donations

Projects like this take many late nights and even more cups of tea. Everyone is calling for donations these days. I don't have a donate button sitting here because my own new site is still under development - it gets pushed down the list with other more pressing solidarity projects.

If you'd like to value this work with some support for the designer please just CLICK HERE and use my somersetbean [at] gmail [dot] com address. Thanks so much. It means Bean can keep on keepin' on.



This is Chapter 5 in the story: view the whole story here