MAPW President awarded inaugural Rotary Peace Prize

At a ceremony held at Nara Peace Park in Canberra, MAPW National President Dr Sue Wareham was awarded the inaugural Chief Minister’s Rotary Peace Prize on Friday 23rd  February.

Open letter from MAPW to Sen. Matthew Canavan, Minister for Resources

If you would like to read MAPW's open letter to Sen.

The Strategic Dilemmas in Militarising Australian Exports

The Australian government’s recent decision to adopt an ambitious new defence manufacturing plan has met with controversy. Far beyond most job-creation initiatives, Malcolm Turnbull’s plan has international ramifications.

IPPNW supports WMA condemnation of the arrest of Turkish Medical Association leaders

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNWi) joins the World Medical Association in expressing grave concern over the arrests of leaders of the Turkish Medical Association (TMA).

US's new nuclear policy 'a blueprint for war', Nobel peace laureate says

(Published by The Guardian, 6 February 2018)

International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons founder describes weapons review as ‘a chilling document’ that echoes cold war era.

Keep a strict line

 (Published by The Age – letters page 5 February 2018)

PM Turnbull’s ‘jobs’ argument for war profiteering is a sham

Published by Pearls and Irritations,  5 February 2018


MEDIA RELEASE  issued Thursday, 1 February 2018

The Medical Association for Prevention of War (Australia) has expressed its grave concern at the arrests by the Turkish Government of all 11 members of the Turkish Medical Association's Central Council for their statement on the public health consequences of war.

Making waves on journey to nuclear treaty - by Sally Attrill, Convenor MAPW Tasmania

Published by the Hobart Mercury,31 January 2018