Archive

January 11th

No Airport Arms Adverts - Read the latest campaign bulletins

The No Airport Arms Adverts campaign has published five campaign bulletins covering different aspects of the arms trade.

NAAA Campaign Bulletin 1 - the Global Arms Trade  - and the wars it fuels (Aug 2016)

NAAA Campaign Bulletin 2 - Arms Promotions - a history of controvercy (Sept 2016)

NAAA Campaign Bulletin 3 - Who's profiting in the Middle East ? (Oct 2016)

NAAA Campaign Bulletin 4 - Nuclear Weapons - who makes these horrific devices? (Nov 2016)

NAAA Campaign Bulletin 5 - US Election Result... good news for the weapons industry (Dec 2016)

NAAA Campaign Bulletin 6 - Lockheed Martin - No 1 War Profiteer (Aug 2016)

 

You can keep up to date with campaign news and updates via the campaign facebook page.

You can contact the campaign by emailing naaa@mapw.org.au

December 1st, 2016

Health Workers Under Fire - letter to Australia Foreign Minister from MAPW President Dr Margaret Beavis

The Hon Julie Bishop MP

Minister for Foreign Affairs

Parliament House, Canberra

30th November, 2016

 

Dear Minister,

November 4th

Radioactive Waste MAPW submissions, factsheets & media interviews all on one page

Over the last two years, MAPW has made a number of submissions to both the South Australia Royal Commission on the Nuclear Fuel Cycle and the National Radioactive Waste Project

Below you will find MAPW's submissions, media comments and factsheets.

October 28th

October 25th

Australian Health Professionals Call on Australian Government to Support a Nuclear Weapons Ban at the United Nations

MAPW and health professionals from across Australia today sent an open letter the Minister for Foregin Affairs, Julie Bishop MP,  calling on the government to support the growing global push to prohibit and eliminate n

October 11th

MAPW National Conference -Free Registration now open

It’s all about war…

September 22nd

Farewell Dr Bill Williams

Dear Friends,

August 16th

No Airport Arms Advertisements Campaign - Bulletins

This new series of bulletins explores many aspects of the global arms trade, including its participants, its promotion, its victims, and some of the lessons of history. The information is very relevent to Canberra and its identity.

August 9th

Hiroshima & Nagasaki remembered : call for a nuclear weapons ban

MEDIA RELEASE


TUESDAY, 9 AUGUST 2016

August 4th

MAPW supports Doctors4Refugees High Court Action

3rd August 2016

The Medical Association for Prevention of War (MAPW) strongly endorses the High Court challenge to the secrecy provisions of the Border Force Act launched last week by the organisation Doctors for Refugees.