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Call for Iraq War Inquiry: Media Release, 16 August 2012

Media release for the launch by the Iraq War Inquiry Group, at Parliament House, Canberra, of a call for an independent inquiry into how Australia got into the Iraq War; and the release of a booklet supporting this call. 16 August 2012.

Call for Iraq War Inquiry

16 August 2012. Today leading Australians are to call for an independent inquiry into the decisions that led to Australia invading Iraq, and a review of the war powers of the government, to draw out what lessons can be learned for the future.

"Why did we go to war in Iraq?" Iraq War Inquiry Group booklet: August 2012

What led to Australia invading Iraq in 2003? The Iraq War Inquiry Group is calling for an enquiry into the reasons behind Australia's participation in the invasion and a review of the war powers of the government, to draw out what lessons can be learned for the future. The case for an inquiry is set out in detail in a new booklet, “Why did we go to war in Iraq?

Call for an Iraq war enquiry

A flyer to advertise the call for an inquiry into Australia's intervention in Iraq. The Iraq Inquiry Group is launching a call for an in-depth, high-level and independent inquiry into how Australia became involved in the invasion.

Non violent resistance in the Middle East

Event Date: 
Mon, 19/03/2012 - 18:00 - 19:30
Location: 
Melbourne

Professor Stephen Zunes, Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco, where he chairs the program in Middle Eastern Studies will speak on Nonviolent Resistance in the Middle East.

Human Rights in South Mt Hebron

Event Date: 
Mon, 27/02/2012 - 19:30
Location: 
Melbourne

Visiting Israeli activist Inbal Sinai explains the effects of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank. A video presentation and discussion will be accompanied by a Palestinian buffet meal.

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