Australia's arms industry

No Airport Arms Ads Bulletin 1 The Global Arms Trade & the wars it fuels (Aug 2016)

 No Airport Arms Ads  Bulletin 1 The Global Arms Trade & the wars it fuels  (Aug 2016)

No Airport Arms Ads Bulletin 5 US election result....good news for the weapons industry (Dec 2016)

 No Airport Arms Ads  Bulletin 5  US election result....good news for the weapons industry (Dec 2016)

No Airport Arms Ads Bulletin 4 Nuclear Weapons: Who makes these horrific devices? (Nov 2016)

 No Airport Arms Ads  Bulletin 4  Nuclear Weapons:  Who makes these horrific devices?  (Nov 2016)

No Airport Arms Ads Bulletin 3 Who’s profiting in the Middle East? (Oct 2016)

 No Airport Arms Ads  Bulletin 3  Who’s profiting in the Middle East?   (Oct 2016)

No Airport Arms Ads Bulletin 2 Arms Promotions – a history of controversy (Sept 2016)

 No Airport Arms Ads - Bulletin 2 - Arms Promotions – a History of Controversy – Sept 2016

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.

No Airport Arms Ads - Bulletin 1 August 2016

This 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.

Bulletin 1 - August 2016

 

Push to Ban Weapons Advertising at Canberra Airport - op'ed by Dr Sue Wareham

Monday 25 July 2016 : Opinion Piece – Canberra Times

What people say about the Canberra Airport arms ads

 Read what Australians really think about the arms adverts at Canberra Airpot

NAAA - Why a No Airports Arms Advertising Campaign?

Canberra’s identity

When visitors first arrive at Canberra Airport, one of the main gateways to our nation’s capital, one of their first images is large display advertising at the baggage carousel for some of the world’s biggest weapons manufacturers, such as Raytheon, BAE, and ThyssenKrupp.

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