On Thursday, 15 November, Amnesty International will join with representatives of the legal profession and journalists to protest against the arrests and arbitrary detentions. In London, people are asked to gather at 4.30pm outside the High Commission of Pakistan, 34-36 Lowndes Square, London SW1X 9JN (see a map). A letter will be handed in at 5pm.
Supporters from the legal professions are urged to don traditional barristers'/judges' robes and wigs in order to symbolically convey the impact on justice in Pakistan.
In other countries:
Nepal -- A demonstration outside the Pakistan Embassy in Kathmandu at 3pm local time. This action is being jointly organized by Amnesty International Nepal Section with the Federation of Nepalese Journalists and other media related organizations. Several other human rights organizations are due to join the action.
Norway -- A demonstration outside the Pakistan Embassy in Oslo at 4pm local time. This action is also being organized by Amnesty International Norwegian Section with Norwegian P.E.N. and the Norwegian Bar Association.
Switzerland -- A demonstration outside the Pakistan Embassy in Bern at 1pm local time.
India -- A demonstration and rally near the Mandi House intersection, New Delhi, at 11.30, which will march towards the Indian Parliament. The International Federation of Journalist India outfit, Delhi Union of Journalists, Peoples' Union of Civil Liberties, Peoples' Union of Democratic Rights, Delhi Forum and others will join with Amnesty International India Section.
Turkey -- A demonstration outside the Embassy of Pakistan in Ankaraon. This is a joint event incorporating all leading HR organizations in Turkey (the Human Rights Joint Platform).
USA -- Demonstration in front of the State House on Beacon Street in Boston between 1and 2pm, led by the National Lawyers Guild.