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VIDEO: What really happened inside the UK Consulate at the Melbourne Rally for Assange and Ecuador

The below video was put together by Melbourne Activist and Comedian Sean Bedlam as the Mildly Amusing Action Squad and WACA joined forces to try and ask the UK Consulate: what the hell are they up to? WARNING: the below video contains some course language and loads of TRUTH! Enjoy a glimpse inside a day […]

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Exclusive Video Interview: Journalist Helene Bergman on Assange, Sweden and the hope of Ecuador

While Julian Assange waits to find out whether or not he will receive asylum in Ecuador, WACA thought it was time to hear from a Swedish voice. Sam Castro sat down via Skype to talk with renowned Swedish journalist and feminist Helene Bergman, who met with Julian Assange prior to him seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian […]

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Melbourne Rally for Julian Assange 1 July: Video and Photo Collection

On Sunday the 1 July 2012, 500 people joined a great line up of speakers in Melbourne to support Julian Assange and the crucial work of Wikileaks. The day began with WACA joining with a protest to stop the slaughter in Syria. Both the Syrian speakers and WACA shared their support for each other and […]

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Adam Bandt MP and Lizzie O’Shea on Julian Assange – WATCH

Below are some interviews Anthony Snowdon did prior to the rally for Julian Assange in Melbourne.  WACA is currently working on more video content from the rally and will post it over the next week.  Thanks to all who spoke, performed and attended. ADAM BANDT MP Lizzie O’Shea

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Julian Assange addresses this generation with an inspirational speech, screened at Splendour in the Grass festival.

  Sourced from WLCentral “When I was twelve my family and I lived in Byron Bay. Some days I would try to climb up to the lighthouse. Earth would overhang the sea cliffs and sometimes a pebble would shift or a gull would cry and I would wonder if I was standing on the overhang. […]

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WikiLeaks: Its Impact on Journalism and Government – Centre for Advanced Journalism, Melbourne University

WikiLeaks has raised profound questions about government secrecy and the rights of people in a democracy to know what governments are doing on their behalf. How will governments respond to WikiLeaks and its revelations? Will the response be more open government or more government secrecy? Whatever the answers may be to these questions, there can […]

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Julian Assange House Arrest: WikiLeaks Video

Wikileaks has had an enormous impact across the globe over the last year and yet despite its extraordinary revelations from ‘collateral murder’ to the US Embassy cables, the only people currently under arrest are Julian Assange, an Australian citizen and founder of Wikileaks and the alleged whistleblower Bradley Manning. Julian Assange has now been held […]

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Guy Rundle  ‘From Cold war to Cyberwar: Power, the State and the Wikileaks Effect’

This is the first lecture in a series of five, as part of The Wednesday Lectures – Hosted by Raimond Gaita. WACA will be posting videos of each of the Wikileaks lectures and would like to thank the Melbourne Law School for granting us permission to film the entire series. As we travel down the road of citizen […]

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