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The Enduring Effects of War

Out of concern about the simplistic and sometimes misleading messaging about war and in particular the Anzac story, which is increasing as we approach its 100th anniversary, MAPW wanted to do something to promote among young people an understanding and appreciation of the real eff

After the War is Over.....Anzac Eve Event back by popular demand

Popular Anzac eve event makes a return, thanks to the Victoria Branch of MAPW & Brunswick Secondary College.

CAMECO - Stop Promoting Radiation Junk Science

 MARCH 12 2014 : Canadian-based Cameco Corporation is the world’s second largest uranium mining company, with 27 uraniu

Fukushima Three Years Later - a photo essay

 Kristian Laemmle-Ruff was recently in Fukushima, where he took hundreds of photos documenting the continuing health and environmental costs of the nuclear power plant disaster that devastated a city and its people and shook the world three yea

Fukushima Three Years Later - a photo essay

 Kristian Laemmle-Ruff was recently in Fukushima, where he took hundreds of photos documenting the continuing health and environmental costs of the nuclear power plant disaster that devastated a city and its people and shook the world three yea

Fukushima - Three Years On

 Tuesday 11 March 2014 marks the third anniversary since the meltdown of three nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. As thousands of people around the world gather to hold vigals to remember the people affected by the accident, the Japanese government is hoping to send residents back to the region.

Sad to Announce the passing of Michael Denborough, founder of the Nuclear Disarmament Party

Sadly on Saturday 8th February 2014 Michael Denborough, founder of the Nuclear Disarmament Party, passed away.

Nobel Laureate Warns Two Billion at Risk from Nuclear Famine

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNWi), the 1985 Nobel Peace Laureate, and its Australian affiliate Medical Association for the Prevention of War (MAPW) today released a new report concluding that more than two billion people—a quarter of the world’s population—would be at risk of starvatio