News and what's on
- Depleted uranium
- Nuclear weapons
Bremen Peace Award
Paper Crane Kit
Code of Conduct
There are a myriad of peace organisations and groups
campaigning around various peace-related issues around the world. The
following links are just a few of them.
These links are set to open a new window so you
don't lose your place on the APC site OR bookmark this page before leaving the
Alternative media sources
- Project Censored www.projectcensored.org The
Mission of Project Censored is: "to educate people about the role of
independent journalism in a democratic society and to tell The News That
Didn't Make the News and why."
Environment and nuclear
- Palestine Matters website
Justice for Palestine Matters (JFPM) voluntary non profit organization based
in Sydney, Australia providing urgent appeals on human rights abuses and
atrocities against Palestinian civilians by the government of Israel.
- Site about human
rights maintained by Olivia Ball who is currently Adjunct Lecturer at Curtin
University Centre for Human Rights Education. http://blog.rightsbase.org
Rights (back to index)
Nuclear and Space
Weapons (back to index)
(back to index)
New South Wales
- Anti-Nuclear Alliance of Western Australia www.anawa.org.au
non-profit community group campaigning for an end to the nuclear industry
and the adoption of safe energy strategies.
- No-War Alliance of Western Australia
- Sea Swap http://www.anawa.org.au/seaswap/index.html
The WA and Federal Governments have been investigating options for
establishing a de-facto US naval base in Cockburn Sound Western Australia, a
proposal which is linked to US bombing of a Defence Training Area near
UNIFEM website, a resource for information on all things
to do with Women, War and Peace. This portal is launched to commemorate the
3rd anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325, and aims to be a
centralized repository of information on the impact of armed conflict on
women, and women's role in peace-building.
On June 24, 1982, at the 2nd UN Special Session on
Disarmament held at UN Headquarters in New York, then Mayor Takeshi Araki of
Hiroshima proposed a new Program to Promote the Solidarity of Cities toward
the Total Abolition of Nuclear Weapons. This proposal offered cities a way to
transcend national borders and work together to press for nuclear abolition.
Subsequently, the mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki called on mayors around the
world to support this program.
In July 2002 Christchurch City Councillors voted in
favour of declaring Christchurch a Peace City. This was seen as a way for
Christchurch to celebrate its peace history, as many people involved in the
peace movement and some of the movement's peace initiatives started in
- Check out http://www.peace-action.org
from the USA
- This Journal is offered as a new convenient 'link'
between the minds of peacemakers everywhere. There are original
articles, selected and edited for concise and
relevant content. Check out the constantly updated
"cost of the war in Iraq" figure on the home page. www.peacemakersjournal.org
Science (back to
- International Women's Development Agency http://www.iwda.org.au
IWDA is an Australian non-profit organisation aiming to create positive
change for women in Asia, the Pacific and Indigenous Australia.
return to top
The Ron Gray Human Rights Foundation
has now used up all it's funds and closed.