Signatories to Justice4Assange’s letter to Sweden and UK

 

500 signatories for assange

The Guardian reports on this letter

 

The list of 500 signatories, via this news site.

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Acceso Libre, Venezuela

ACI Participa, Honduras

ActiveWatch-Media Monitoring Agency, Romania

Acção Académica para o Desenvolvimento das Comunidades Rurais, Mozambique

Agencia Latinoamericana de Información, Bolivia

Agência Publica, Brazil

Alternative Intervention of Athens Lawyers (AIAL), Greece

American Association of Jurists (AAJ), US

Arab Lawyers Union (ALU), Middle East

Articulação de Empregados Rurais do estado de MG (ADERE-MG), Brazil

Artistas, Cientificos y Movimientos Sociales, Cuba

Asamblea Nacional de Afectados Ambientales, Mexico

Asociación Mayoritaria de Afrodescendientes del Ecuador AMAE, Ecuador

Asociación por los Derechos Civiles (ADC), Argentina

Association for Freedom of Thought and Expression, Egypt

Associação de Rádios Públicas do Brasil (ARPUB), Brazil

Associação Portuguesa de Juristas Democratas (APJD) (Portuguese Association of Democratic Jurists), Portugal

Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, Australia

Brazilian Association for Investigative Journalism, Brazil

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression, Canada

Capitulo Cubano De La Red En Defensa De La Humanidad De Intelectuales, Cuba

Center for Constitutional Rights, US

Center for International Law, Singapore

Centre Europe-Tiers Monde (CETIM), Switzerland

Centre for Independent Journalism, Malaysia

CHARTA 2008, Sweden

City of A Coruña, Spain

City of Barcelona, Spain

City of Madrid, Spain

Code Pink, US

Coletivo Juntos! – Por outro futuro, Brazil

Comision Nacional de Organizaciones Sociales de Uruguay, Urugauy

Comissão Pastoral da Terra (CPT), Brazil

Comite Carioca de Solidariedade a Cuba, Brazil

Comite en Solidaridad con la Causa Arabe, Spain

Comité Chileno De Solidaridad Con Palestina, Chile

Comité de Derechos Humanos de Base de Chiapas Digna Ochoa, Mexico

Comité de Solidaridad con los Pueblos, Latin America

Comité Permanente por la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos CDH, Ecuador

Comunidad de Software Libre de Nicaragua (GUL-NIC), Nicaragua

Confederación de Trabajadores y Servidores Públicos Nacional OSTNA, Ecuador

Confederación Intercultural Campesina del Ecuador AMARU, Ecuador

Consulta Popular, Brazil

Convergencia Nacional de Organizaciones Sociales del Ecuador, Ecuador

Cooperativa de Trabalho em Comunicação e Cultura Desacato, Brazil

Coordenação Nacional de Entidades Negras (CONEN), Brazil

Coordinador Nacional Agrario de Colombia CNA, Colombia

Cuba Si France, France

Demand Progress, US

Democratic Alliance for Knowledge Freedom, India

Derechos Digitales, Chile

Electronic Frontier Foundation, US

Equal Education Law Centre, South Africa

Eva Joly Institute for Justice & Democracy (EJI), Iceland

Executiva Nacional dos Estudantes de Biologia (ENEBIO), Brazil

Federación Española Pro Derechos Humanos, Spain

Federación Internacional Pro Derechos Humanos-España, Spain

Federação dos Estudantes de Agronomia do Brasil (FEAB), Brazil

Festivales Solidarios de Guatemala, Guatemala

Fora do Eixo, Brazil

Foro de Abogados de Izquierdas-red de Abogados Democratas (FAI-RADE), Spain

Foro de Comunicación para la Integración de Nuestra América, Latin America

Foundation for Fundamental Rights, Pakistan

Free Software Foundation Tamil Nadu, India

Free Software Mancha West Bengal, India

Free Software Movement Karnataka, India

Free Software Movement Maharashtra, India

Free Software Movement of India, India

Freedom of the Press Foundation, US

Fundacion Karisma, Colombia

Fundación Imagen, Bolivia

Fundación Pueblo Índio del Ecuador, Ecuador

Fundación Vivian Trías, Urugauy

Fórum Nacional pela Democratização da Comunicação (FNDC), Brazil

Giuristi Democratici (Italian Democratic Lawyers Association), Italy

Grupo Tortura Nunca Mais – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Guerrilleros Por la Paz GUEPAZ, Colombia

HackLab de Cochabamba, Bolivia

Hagámonos El Paro, Guatemala

Human Rights Law Network (HRLN), India

Initiative for Freedom of Expression, Turkey

Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti, US

Institute for Reporters’ Freedom and Safety, Azerbaijan

Instituto Brasileiro de Estudos Políticos-IBEP, Brazil

International Association of Democratic Lawyers

Intersindical Central da Classe Trabalhadora, Brazil

IT for Change, India

Japanese Lawyers International Solidarity Association (JALISA), Japan

Joao Daniel, Federal Congress Representative, Workers Party, Sergipe, Brazil

JustNet Coalition, India

Juventud en Progreso, Ecuador

Jóvenes ante la Emergencia Nacional, Mexico

La Corporación Colectivo de Abogados “José Alvear Restrepo” (CCAJAR), Colombia

La Quadrature du Net, France

Levante Popular da Juventude, Brazil

Liga Española Pro Derechos Humanos, Spain

Luna del Sur A.C. Oaxaca, Mexico

Marcha Mundial das Mulheres (MMM), Brazil

Movimento de Mulheres Camponesas (MMC), Brazil

Movimento dos Atingidos por Barragens (MAB), Brazil

Movimento dos Pequenos Agricultores (MPA), Brazil

Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais sem Terra (MST), Brazil

Movimento Nacional de Rádios Comunitárias (MNRC), Brazil

Movimiento de Liberación Nacional, Mexico

Movimiento De Solidaridad Nuestra America, Mexico

Movimiento Mega, Brazil

National Association of Democratic Lawyers of South Africa (NADEL), South Africa

National Lawyers Guild, US

National Union of Peoples’ Lawyers, Philippines

Nouvelles Alternatives pour le Développement Durable en Afrique (NADDAF), Togo

O Grupo tortura Nunca Mais, Brazil

Observatorio por el Cierre de la Escuela de las Américas, Chile

Observatório da Mulher, Brazil

Organización de Solidaridad de los Pueblos de África, Asia y América Latina (OSPAAAL), Cuba

Organização “Coletivo Quilombo”, Brazil

Palestinian Center for Human Rights, Gaza, Palestine

Pastoral da Juventude Rural (PJR), Brazil

Periódico Resumen Latinoamericano , Latin America

Podemos, Spain

Prensa Comunitaria, Guatemala

President del Partido Revolucionario Febrerista, Paraguay

President Fundación Manuel Gondra, Paraguay

Progress Lawyers Network, Belgium

Progressive Global Commons

Proyecto de Derechos Económicos, Sociales y Culturales (ProDesc), Mexico

Proyecto mARTadero, Bolivia

Red Alba TV, Latin America

Red Alternativa de Informacion Vientos del Sur VISUR, Colombia

Red Latina Sin Fronteras, Latin America

Red Nacional Communia, Brazil

Red Tz’ikin, Guatemala

Rede Ecumênica da Juventude (REJU), Brazil

Reporters Without Borders / Reporters Sans Frontières, France

Revista Reflexión, Peru

Rättssäkerhetsorganisationen (The Rule of Law Organisation), Sweden

Secretaría Operativa de ALBA, Latin America

Sindicato Unificado dos Petroleiros de São Paulo, Brazil

Society for Knowledge Commons, India

Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA), Thailand

Spanish Association for International Human Rights Law (AEDIDH), Spain

Sursiendo, Costa Rica

Swadhin, India

Swecha, India

The Haitian Platform to Advocate Alternative Development (PAPDA), Haiti

Union de Juristas de Cuba, Cuba

Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Peru

Universidad Popular del Buen Vivir, Ecuador

União da Juventude Rebelião (UJR), Brazil

União da Juventude Socialista (UJS), Brazil

União Nacional dos Estudantes (UNE), Brazil

Veterans for Peace, US

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Switzerland

World Forum for Alternatives, Venezuela

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Enrique Acosta Estévez, Human Rights Activist, Paraguay

Mirta Acuna de Baravalle, Co founder Mothers and Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Argentina

Phillip Adams AO, Journalist, Australia

Juan Agosto, Journalist, Argentina

Shahzad Akbar, Human rights lawyer, Foundation for Fundamental Rights (FFR), Pakistan

Santiago Alba-Rico, Writer, Spain

Marina Albiol, Member of the European Parliament, Spain

Professor Manuel Alcántara Sáez, Professors of Politics, Spain

Tariq Ali, Writer and Publisher, UK/Pakistan

Martín Almada, American Asociation of Jurists Executive Committee, Right Livelihood Award winner 2002, Paraguay

Azyz Amami, Blogger and cyber-activist, Tunisia

Slim Amamou, Activist and former Secretary of State for Sport and Youth, Tunisa

Alejandra Ancheia, Executive Director and Founder, ProDESC, Mexico

Alejandra Ancheita, Human Rights Defender, Mexico

Professor Mads Andenas, Former UN Special Rapporteur on Arbitrary Detention, Norway

Jacob Appelbaum, journalist and programmer, Tor Project, US

Profa. Dra. Renata Aquino Ribeiro, Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brazil

Carmen Aristegui, Anchor of Aristegui CNN Español, Mexico

Renata Avila, Lawyer, Guatemala

Pepe Baeza, Photographic Editor, Spain

Aral Balkan, Founder of Ind.ie, Turkey

Olivia Ball, Human Rights Specialist, Australia

Edith Ballantyne, Secretary General (WILPF) 1969 – 92, awarded Gandhi Peace Award 1996, Czechoslovakia

Adam Bandt, Senator, Australia

Greg Barns, barrister & former National President of the Australian Lawyers Alliance, Australia

David Barsamian, Investigative Journalist, Armenian-American

Andrew Bartlett, Research Fellow, ANU, Australia

Helene Bergman, Journalist, Sweden

Patricia Bermúdez, Iniciativa Guayaquil, Ecuador

Almudena Bernabeu, Director Transitional Justice Program, Center for Justice & Accountability, Spain

Valeria Betancourt, Internet Rights Expert, Ecuador

Frei Betto, Writer, Brazil

Jeremy Bigwood, Investigative Reporter, US

Johann Binninge, Founder and Chairman of the Legal Certainty Organization, Sweden

William Blum, Author, US

Professor Atilio A. Boron, Political scientist, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina

Luchezar Boyadjiev, Artist, Bulgaria

Estela Bravo, Documentary filmmaker, US

Dr. Benedetta Brevini, Journalist and Lecturer, Australia

Professor Jean Bricmont, Academic, University of Louvain (UCL), Belgium

Luis Britto-García, Writer, Venezuela

Gilbert Brownstone, President, Brownstone Foundation, US

Dr. Fernando Buen Abad Domínguez, Academic, Writer, Cinema director NY University, Philosopher, Writer, Mexico

Dr. Scott Burchill, Senior Lecturer, Deakin University, Australia

Al Burke, Editor Nordic News Network, Sweden

Julian Burnside, QC, Australia

Professor Tom Bäckström, Academic, University Friedrich-Alexander (Erlangen-Nürnberg), Germany

Maria Stella Caceres, Director: Museum of Memory: Dictatorship and Human Rights, Paraguay

Dr. Agnes Callamard, Director Colombia University Global Freedom of Expression Project, former Chef de Cabinet Amnesty International, US

Maria Augusta Calle, Asambleísta de PAIS, Presidenta Comisión RRII d Asamblea Nacional, Ecuador

Peter Carey, Author, Australia

Remo Gerardo Carlotto, Diputado de la nación Argentina por la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mike Carlton, Journalist, Australia

Guillermo Carmona, President of the Foreign Affairs Committee, Chamber of Deputies, Argentina

Anibal Carrillo, 2013 Presidental Candidate, Paraguay

Jordi Casanova, Political Officer, Dominican Republic

Bernard Cassen, Academic, University of Paris 8, France

Professor Alicia Cebada-Romero, Professor of International Criminal Law at Universidad , Spain

Mercedes Chacin, Director Epale, Venezuela

Ramon Chao, Journalist and Writer, Spain

Professor Noam Chomsky, Academic, MIT, US

Dr. James Cockroft, Lecturer and writer, New York State University, US

Gabriella Coleman, Academic Writer, McGill University, US

Professor John Cooper, Academic, Bucknell University, US

Javier Couso, Member of the European Parliament, Spain

Alfonso Cuarón, Film Director, Producer, Acedemy Award for Gravity, Children of Men, Y tu Mama Tambien, Mexico

John Cusack, Actor, US

Joao Daniel, Central Única dos Trabalhadores – CUT, Brazil

Roy David, Author, UK

Pablo A de la Vega , Regional coordinator Inter-American Platform for Human Rights, Democracy and Development, Latin America

Adail Ivan de Lemos, Journalist, artist and Filmmaker, Brazil

Professor Willem de Lint, Professor in Criminal Justice, Flinders University, Australia

Professor Olivier de Schutter, Former UN Special Rapporteur, University of Louvain (UCL), Belgium

Professor Radhika Desai, Academic, Author, University of Manitoba, Canada

Mohamed Diab, Screenwriter and Director, Egypt

Josefina Duarte, President Febrero Revolutionary Party, Paraguay

Paul-Emile Dupret, legal expert and staff advisor at the European parliament, Belgium

Professor Mirta Díaz-Balart, Academic, UCM, Spain

James Early, Academic, US

Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, former judge, lawyer, Iran

Professor Hedvig Ekerwald, Academic, Uppsala University, Sweden

Osman El-Hajjé, Former Chair-Rapporteur of UN Working Group on Enforced Disapperances, Lebanon

Daniel Ellsberg, Former United States military analyst and source of Pentagon Papers, US

Professor Aant Elzinga, Academic, Gothenburg University, Sweden

Brian Eno, Musician and Artist, UK

Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Argentina

Edgardo Esteban, Journalist and Writer, Argentina

Ahmed Ezzat, Human Rights Lawyer, Egypt

Professor Mireille Fanon-Mendes, Academic and Activist, University Paris V-Descartes, France

Gaël Faye, Musician, Burundi

Luis E. Sabini Fernández, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli, Chairman Swedish Doctors for Human Rights, Sweden

Alberto Ferrari, Journalist, Argentina

Marcelo Ferreira, Academic, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Tom Findlay, Recording Artist, UK

Jeremy Fox, Journalist and Writer, Open Democracy, US

Alberto Fraguas-Herrero, CEO Instituto de Estudios de la Tierra, Spain

Maria Luiza Franco Busse, Journalist, Brazil

Professor Marianne Franklin, Chair of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network, University of London, UK

Professor H. Bruce Franklin, Cultural Historian and Scholar, Rutgers University, US

Jane Franklin, Historian, Author, US

Dr. Des Freedman, Academic, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

Alipio Freire, Journalist, Writer and Artist, Brazil

Professor Johan Galtung, Professor of Peace Studies, Norway

Lidia García Díaz, Coordinadora de Incidencia Política del Centro de Documentación en Derechos Humanos, Ecuador

Nuria García Sanz, Equipo Jurídico Asociación Pro Derechos Humanos de España, Spain

José Luis García-Siguero, Academic, University of Madrid, Spain

Baltasar Garzon, Jurist, Fundación FIBGAR, Spain

Franck Gaudichaud, Lecturer, University of Grenoble Alpes, France

Marcela Gereda, Journalist, Guatemala

Canan Gerede, Film-maker, Turkey

Bennu Gerede, Actress, Turkey

Professor Jayati Ghosh, Economist, Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, India

Peggy Gish, Former co-director of the Appalachian Peace and Justice Network, Christian Peacemaker Team, US

Charles Glass, Author, Journalist, and Broadcaster, US

Professor Gerard Goggin, Professor of Media & Communications, Sydney University, Australia

Dr. David Goldberg, Editor, Australia

Horacio González, President of the National Library of the Argentine Republic, Argentina

Adelaide Gonçalves, Historian, Brazil

Walter Goobar, Journalist, Argentina

Belén Gopegui, Writer, Spain

John Goss, Journalist, UK

Kevin Gosztola, Journalist, US

Andrew Greig, Writer, UK

Anand Grover, Former UN Special Rapporter on Health, Senior Advocate Supreme Court of India, India

Rafaela Guanes de Laino, Organización de Mujeres Campesinas e Indígenas (CONAMURI), Paraguay

Sol Guy, Film & Music Producer, Canada

Bill Hackwell, Photojournalist, Resumen Latinoamericano, US

Dr. Harry Halpin, Academic, MIT, US

Laura Hanna, Co-founder Debt Collective, US

Marta Harnecker, Writer, Chile

Nozomi Hayase, Writer, Japan/US

Professor Mary Heath, Associate Professor of Law, Flinders University, Australia

Chris Hedges, Journalist, US

Amado Heller, Editor, Argentina

Tom Henheffer, Journalist, Canada

Professor Edward S. Herman, Academic, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, US

Scott Horton, Host of Anti-War Radio, US

Srećko Horvat, Philosopher, DiEM25, Croatia

Dr. François Houtart, Co-Founder World Social Forum, Ecuador

Andrew Hsiao, Editor Verso Books, US

Professor Wang Hui, Intellectual, China

Emin Huseynov, Journalist and human rights activist, Azerbaijan

Iole Iliada, Fundação Perseu Abramo, Brazil

Maria Antonieta Izaguirre, Phycologist, Venezuela

Andrés Izarra, Journalist and Politician, Venezuela

Ivanka Jenkings, Publisher, Brazil

Diane Johnstone, Journalist and Author, France

Eva Joly, MEP, former investigating magistrate and Presidential Candidate, France

Alicia Jrapko, Solidarity activist, Resumen Latinoamericano, US

Marcelo Justo, Journalist, Argentina

Professor Venko Kanev, Academic, University of Rouen, France

Professor Vrasidas Karalis, Chair of Department Sydney University, Australia

Professor Priscilla Karant, Academic, New York University, US

Dr. Athina Karatzogianni, Academic, Leicester University, UK

Tawakkol Karman, Politician, Journalist, Nobel Peace Laureate 2011, Yemen

Claudio Katz, Economist, Argentina

Professor John Keane, Professor of Politics, Sydney University, Australia

Bernard Keane, Journalist, Australia

Stephen Keim , Barrister, South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation, Australia

Zach Kerschberg, Filmmaker, US

James Kesteven, Documentary Film-Maker, Australia

Maina Kiai, Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association, Kenya

Axel Kicillof, Former Minister of Finance, Argentina

Professor John King, Emeritus Professor, Warwick University, UK

Dr. Bernard Kirtman, Academic, UCSB, US

Naomi Klein, Author, Canada

Mary Kostakidis, Journalist, Australia

Hans Otto Kroeger, Atorney, Paraguay

Dennis Kucinich, Former presidential candidate and Congressman, US

Domingo Laino, President Plataforma de Estudio e Investigación de Asuntos Campesinos, Paraguay

Salim Lamrani, Writer and Academic, University of La Réunion, France

Archie Law, Executive Director ActionAid, Australia

Pepijn Le Heux, Attorney, Netherlands

Michael Lebowitz, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Canada

Dr. Margarita Ledo Andión, Journalist, Writer and Film-Maker, USC, Spain

Pablo Leighton, Academic, University of Western Sydney, Chile

Bibiana Leme, Deputy Editor Boitempo, Brazil

Jonathan Lethem, Novelist, US

Ken Loach, Film Director, UK

Barbara Lochbihler, Member of the European Parliament, Germany

Antony Loewenstein, Journalist, Author and Political Activist, Australia

Geert Lovink, Research Professor, Institute of Network Cultures, Netherlands

Michael Lowy, Sociologist, France

Kintto Lucas, Former Deputy Foreign Minister of Ecuador, Ecuador

Senator Scott Ludlam, Senator, Australia

Tony Lujan, Politician, Argentina

Professor Rick Luttmann, Academic, Sonoma, US

Jake Lynch, Associate Professor, Sydney University, Australia

Ryan Lynn, Actor, US

John R. MacArthur, Journalist, Author, President of Harpers magazine, US

Gavin Macfayden, Executive Director, Center for Investigative Journalism, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

Stefano Maffei, Lawyer, Italy

Paolo Magagnoli, Research Associate, Queensland University, Australia

Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Co-founder Women for Peace, Northern Ireland

Rachel Maher, President EngageMedia, Australia

Professor Mahmoud Mamdani, Herbert Lehman Professor of Government Columbia University, Uganda

Eduardo Mangas, Lawyer, Nicaragua

Professor Robert Manne, Emeritus Professor of Politics and Vice-Chancellor’s Fellow, La Trobe University, Australia

Professor Michael Mansfield QC, Barrister, Legal Scholar, City University, UK

Sanjuana Martinez, Journalist, Mexico

Eusebio Veron Martinez, Secretario de Organización del Partido Paraguay Tekopyahu e integrante de la Coordinadora de Desarroll, Paraguay

Professor Aitor Martínez-Jiménez, Professor of Public International Law and International Criminal Law , Spain

Alberto Mas, CAP Coordinator and Journalist, Argentina

Mwalimu Mati, Former head of Transparency International Kenya, Kenya

Professor Patrick McCurdy, Associate Professor in Communications, University of Ottawa, Canada

Nick McKim, Senator , Australia

Dr. Cynthia McKinney, Former U.S. Congresswoman and 2008 Presidential Candidate, US

Gayle McLaughlin, Politician, US

Hind Meddeb, journalist and filmmaker, France

Amina Meddeb, Diplomat, France

Bartomeu Melià, Jesuit Priest, Autonomous University of Social Movements, Mexico

Bonita Meyersfeld, Director, Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) at University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa

Alan Mills, Writer, Guatemala

Alex Mitchell, Journalist, Australia

Samwel Mohochi, Executive Director Kenyan Section of International Commission of Jurists, Kenya

Edgar Morin, Philosopher, France

Evgeny Morozov, Author, Belarus

Jacqueline Moudeina, Right Livelihood Award winner 2011, Chad

Professor Michel Mujica, Academic and Diplomat, Ecuador

Craig Murray, Former UK ambassador, UK

Carmen Márquez-Carrasco, Academic, Derechos Humanos y Globalización, Spain

Cecilia Nahón, Former Argentinain Ambassador to US, Argentina

Mirjana Najcevska, Former President of the Helsinki Committee, UN Expert, Macedonia

Jean-Luc Nancy, Philosopher, France

Toni Navarro, Cinema Director, Organización Internacional pro Derechos Humanos, Spain

Enrique Naveda, Journalist, Guatemala/Spain

Eric Nepomuceno, Writer, Brazil

George Newhouse, Lawyer, National Justice Project, Australia

Tim Norton, Digital Rights Watch, Australia

Fís Nua, Political Party, Ireland

Rebecca O’Brien, Film Producer, UK

Tomás Ojea Quintana, Former SR on the situation of human rights in Myanmar, Argentina

Professor Manuel Ollé Sese, Professor of International Criminal Law , Spain

Dr. Winston Orrillo, Author, Premio Nacional de Cultura del Perú, Peru

Jordi Ortega, Promotor de Forum Ecòlogic, Forum Ecòlogic, Spain

Carlos Ortellado, Coordinador de la mesa nacional por los DDHH del Paraguay, Paraguay

Jean Ortiz, Academic, University of Pau & Pays de l’Adour, France

Okoth Osewe, Author and Blogger, Kenya Stockholm, Sweden

Elizabeth O’Shea, Lawyer, Australia

Yongjun Park, Academic, Hongik University, South Korea

Melissa Parke, MP, Australia

Airton Paschoa, Writer, Brazil

Gastón Pauls, Writer, Argentina

Maja Pelević, Writer and Dramaturg, Serbia

Rene Perez, Musician (Calle 13), Puerto Rico

Philip Pettit, Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values at Princeton University, US

Bernard Pignerol, Conseiller d’Etat, Government of France, France

John Pilger, Journalist and Filmmaker, Australia/UK

Professor Rafael Pla-Lopez, Academic, University of Valencia, Spain

Laura Poitras, 2014 Pulitzer Prize winner, Academy Award for Best Documentary 2014, US

Vladimir Pomakov, writer, Bulgaria

Dirk Poot, Politician (Pirate Party of the Netherlands) and Programmer, Netherlands

Jesselyn Raddack, Lawyer & former Department of Justice ethics chief, US

Professor Balakrishnan Rajagopal, Founding Director of the Program on Human Rights and Justice at MIT., Professor of Law, US

Ana Maria Ramb, Writer & Editor, Argentina

Professor Ignacio Ramonet, Academic, France

Sonia Randhawa, Electronic Frontiers Foundation (EFF), USA

Justin Randle, Researcher, Australia

Michael Ratner, President Emeritis Centre for Constitutional Rights, US

Professor Robert Reed, Academic, Boston College, US

Madeleine Rees OBE, Lawyer, UK

Professor Stuart Rees , Emeritus Professor, University of Sydney, Australia

Víctor Regalado, Journalist and Filmmaker, El Salvador

Dr. Ellie Rennie, Deputy Director of the Swinburne Institute for Social Research, Australia

Miguel Repiso, Journalist, Argentina

Lee Rhiannon, Senator, Australia

Janet Rice, Senator , Australia

Daniel Richter, Artist, Germany

Angela Richter, Director and Writer, Germany

Jennifer Robinson, Lawyer, Australia

Dr. Rigmor Robèrt, M.D, Sweden

Silvio Rodriguez, Composer and Musician, Cuba

Martin Rodriguez-Pellecer, Journalist, Guatemala

Yudith Rolon, Director General Justicia y Reparación Defensoría del Pueblo, Paraguay

Andrew Ross, Academic and Writer, New York University, US

Peter Rosset, Academic, Michigan University, Mexico

Agustin Rossi, Minister of Defense 2013 – 2015, Argentina

Arundhati Roy, Author, India

Guy Rundle, Journalist, Australia

Douglas Rushkoff, Writer, Lecturer, Media Theorist, US

Emir Sader, Academic, Brazil

Professor Héctor Salazar Zapatero, Academic, Hiperderecho, Peru

Felix Salvador Kury, Program Director & Faculty Advisor, Clínica Martín-Baró, SFSU-UCSF, US

Luc Sante, Writer, Belgium

Ivan Santos, President Organizacion Aculco, Spain

Professor Saskia Sassen, Sociologist, Columbia University, US

Ildo Luis Sauer, Director of the Institute for Energy and Environment, University of São Paulo, Brazil

Peter Schey, Executive Director Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law, US

Justin Schlosberg, Academic, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

Sylvia Schulein, Journalist, Ecuador

Laureano Seco-Tejada, Activist and Politician, Spain

Professor Richard Sennett, London school of Economics & New York University, UK

Pascual Serrano, Journalist and Writer, Spain

José Miguel Serrano, Director of the National Board of Student Aid and Scholarships (Junaeb), Chile

Rachel Siewert, Senator , Australia

Germán Silva Lozada, President La Fundación Humanitaria Por La Paz y la Integracion de los Pueblos del Sur, Colombia

Robert Simms, MP, Australia

Pertti Simula, Director, Assocoacao de Amigos sem Terra da Finlandia, Finland

Vaughan Smith, Executive Director, The Frontline Club, UK

Professor Jean-Marc Sorel, Professor of International Law, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

Raji Sourani, President of the Arab Organization for Human Rights (AOHR), Director of the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, 2013 Right Livelihood Award, Palestine

Professor Robert Sparrow, Research Fellow, Monash University, Australia

Dr. Jeff Sparrow, Author, Australia

Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation, GNU Project, MIT, US

Aleen Stein, Founding partner Criterion Collection, CEO and Publisher of Organa L.L.C., US

Alan L. Stewart, Director of Progressive Global Commons, US

Bernard Stiegler, Philosopher, France

Oliver Stone, Film Director, Screenwriter and Producer, US

Professor Joan Subirats, Academic, Universidad Autónoma Barcelona, Spain

Brita Sundberg-Weitman, Former Chief Judge and Associate Professor of Public International Law, Sweden

George Szamuely, Author, Senior Research Fellow at the Global Policy Institute, Hungary

Alex Taek-Gwang Lee, Academic, Kyung Hee University, South Korea

Peter Tatchell, Human Rights campaigner, Peter Tatchell Institute for Human Rights, UK

Michel Taupin, Director of Communication, Cuba Si France, France

Svante Thorsell, Lawyer, Sweden

Ernesto Tiffenberg, Director Pagina 12, Argentina

Michael Edward Tigar, Emeritus Professor, Duke Law School and Washington College of Law, US

Trevor Timm, Executive Director Freedom of the Press Foundation, US

Nadya Tolokonnikova, Conceptual Artist and Political Activist, Pussy Riot, Russia

Miguel Urbán, Member of the European Parliament, Co-founder PODEMOS, Spain

Patricia Vaca Narvaja, Ambassador of Argentina in Mexico, Argentina

Walter van Holst, Lawyer, Netherlands

Marc Vandepitte, Philosopher, Belgium

Yanis Varoufakis, Economist and former Greek Minister of Finance, Greece

Cristina Vazquez, International Vice President of Workers United, US

Horacio Verbitsky, President, Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales (CELS), Argentina

Professor Manuel Villoria-Mendieta, Director of Government Administration and Public Policy, Institute Ortega y Gasset, Spain

Professor Ben Wagner, Sociologist, Germany

Larissa Waters, Deputy Leader of the Australian Green Party, Australia

Professor Joel Weisberg, Academic, Carleton College, US

Ai weiwei, Artist and Activist, China

Rohan Wenn, Journalist, Australia

Vivienne Westwood, Designer, UK

Leonardo Wexell Severo, Journalist and Writer, Brazil

Peter Whish-Wilson, Senator, Australia

Stuart Wilson, Lawyer, South Africa

Tracy Worcester, The Marchioness of Worcester, Actress and Environmentalist, UK

Ofelia Yegros, Architect, Paraguay

Professor Stephen Yellin, Academic, Stanford University, US

Professor Spencer Zifcak, Professor of Law, Australia

Slavoj Žižek, Philosopher and International Director of Humanities at Birkbeck, Slovenia
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