Click to view the scan of the open letter, printed in the New Statesman in April.
From Ipolicy.org | April 11 2011 ARTICLE 19 joins free speech activists in a letter supporting Wikileaks and defending the right to publish leaked information in the public interest. We believe that free societies everywhere are best served by journalism … Continue reading
In Italian, from Paperblog | April 8 2011 Un gruppo di editori, giornalisti e filmmaker, riuniti nella Committee for the Right to Publish (che comprende lo scrittore Henry Porter, l’attivista per i diritti umani Jemima Khan, i giornalisti Charles Glass, Rachel … Continue reading
From upvery.com (English translation of Spanish article, ‘WikiLeaks Open Letter, nuevo movimiento en favor de WikiLeaks’ published by alt1040.com) | April 8 2011 A few hours ago another movement has emerged in favor of U.S. WikiLeaks. The significance of it … Continue reading
From Liberal Conspiracy | April 8 2011. More than 200 prominent public figures have signed a letter published in New Statesman today strongly defending WikiLeaks’ right to publish. Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, authors Philip Pullman and Salman Rushdie, as well … Continue reading
I have been a passionate supporter of WikiLeaks’s right to publish with impunity (see the open letter on page 6). The publication of the US diplomatic cables was of immense public interest. The revelations were startling: Washington was conducting wars … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE More than 200 prominent public figures have signed a letter published in New Statesman today strongly defending WikiLeaks’ right to publish. Playwright Sir Tom Stoppard, authors Philip Pullman and Salman Rushdie, as well as actors Susan Sarandon, … Continue reading