Australia's military

Australia's dangerous military history

JULE 2008: TWO NEW REPORTS based on recently released documents, show Australia's willilngness to test and use weapons of mass destruction during the cold war period.

Australia's military

  • Australia's military


Demilitarising Guam: meeting

Event Date: 
Mon, 23/06/2008 - 18:30 - 20:30

Representatives of the indigenous Chamoru people of Guam, Lisa Natividad and Julian Aguon are touring Australia. Organised by Hunter Valley Quakers and Newcastle NoWAR Collective.

Guam BBQ & meeting

Event Date: 
Sat, 28/06/2008 - 13:00
  • The hidden war in the Pacific – the struggle of the indigenous people of Guam (Guahan) against US militarism . . . and Australia’s role.

Dr. Lisa Natividad and Julian Aguon will be sharing their community’s story of struggle and striving for sovereignty and peace in the face of US occupation in a series of events.

Guam's US bases: Chamoru activists

Event Date: 
Tue, 17/06/2008 - 19:19

Chamoru activists from Guahan (Guam) will speak on plans for massive expansion of the US military based on their homeland. Lisa Natividad and Julian Aguin are inspiring speakers who are touring Australia with fares funded by the Society of Friends (Quakers).

Venue: AMWU Offices, 229 Greenhill Rd, Dulwich.

New treaty bans worst cluster munitions

IN DUBLIN between 19 May and 28 May, 110 governments negotiated a new international treaty, the Convention on Cluster Munitions, that will ban cluster munitions that “cause unacceptable harm to civilians”. The treaty bans all the cluster munitions that have been extensively used.

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