Resources: Flyer

Our resources pages list both downloadable resources — like documents, posters or media releases — and links to useful websites. To find resources on a specific issue on this page, click on the list below. To view resources by type, see the menu at left. More recently added resources are at the top.

Nuclear Disarmament - the right time is now! May 2009

Join Dr Tilman Ruff (NGOi Adviser to the International Commission on

MAPW Vic Flyer: Dual loyalties, meeting 12 May 2009

Flyer for public meeting organised by MAPW regarding the ethics of doctors in war. Speaker is Ms Priyal Rama Asary (final year medical student, University of Melbourne). Download flyer to promote the event, or see details in the Events list.

MAPW fundraiser: Music as Peace Work May 2009

This MAPW flyer promotes "Music as Peace Work", a concert of music by MAPW ACT members and their families. The 2009 Music As Peace Work will be on Saturday 30 May, with 4 hours of live music provided by ACT doctors, their families and friends. Download the flier or go to "Events" for more details.

Palm Sunday 2009 Rally for Peace, Sydney: Flyer

Flyer for Palm Sunday Rally for Peace, 5 April 2009 in Parramatta. Themes include opposition to the war in Afghanistan. Multi-faith prayers at 2.00pm are followed by a rally with speakers including MAPW President Dr Sue Wareham. See our events listing.

Indonesia - reactors in a ring of fire. MAPW 10 March 2009 meeting

Reactor in a Ring of Fire: Indonesia’s nuclear power plans

MAPW NSW Branch: 2008 AGM - Environment, war and weapons

Flyer for NSW 2008 AGM and dinner, Haberfield Rowing CLub, Tuesday 16 December 2008, with Dr Sue Wareham as guest speaker. Dr Wareham will speak on the environmental costs and risks of war, militarisation and nuclear weapons.

MAPW Victorian AGM & Dinner, 9 December 2008

Please print and distribute this flyer for the Victorian Branch AGM and dinner on Tuesday 9 December 2008. Guest Speaker will be A/Prof Michael Hamel-Green, with an update on nuclear weapons-free zones. Key details are also in the Events listing (at right).

Australia is at war. Why? WA full-page ad, MAPW 2008

This full-page advertisement in the Western Australian on 11/11/2008 (Armistice Day) was developed by MAPW's WA Branch, and former Premier Peter Dowding. It questions Australia's spending on overseas wars, in particular Afghanistan, and calls for our troops to be brough home. It would also make a fine poster.

The Ban the Bomb Drop: 2008 MAPW wine fund-raiser

The Victorian Branch of MAPW runs an annual wine fund-raiser with proceeds going to our work for peace. This year we have a newly designed label, a new list of wines, and the possibility of delivery to all mainland states (free to Melbourne). The flyer has details and an order form - due back on 21 November 2008.

Human costs of weapons trade: Flyer, MAPW October 2008 meeting

Flyer for Victorian Branch MAPW meeting, October 14 2008. Speakers: Dr Melanie Archer, who worked as a forensic entomologist assisting with autopsies in the Solomon Islands; and Dr Mark Zirnsak, on the human rights impacts of the global arms trade.

MAPW National Council meeting 2008 - Invitation

Invitation to members to attend the dinner, and events of particular interest, at MAPW's National Council, 22-24 August 2008.

National Council agenda 2008

Draft agenda for MAPW National Council meeting August 22-24 2008.

Hiroshima Day vigil, Melbourne 2008: Flyer

MAPW's Victorian branch, supported by other peace organisations, has organised a vigil on Wednesday 6 August 2008 to commemorate the dropping of an atomic bomb on Hiroshima on 6 August 1945, killing 85000 people immediately. This flier promotes the event.

Nuclear diplomacy: the inside story

Flyer for meeting on Tuesday July 8 2008, organised by MAPW Victorian Branch, to hear from Assoc Prof Tilman Ruff and Yarra Councillor Jenny Farrar about the NPTi PrepCo

An arms fair on Remembrance Day? Stop APDSE 2008

The Asia Pacific Defence and Security Exhibition (APDSE) is an arms fair. It will be held in Adelaide from 11-13 November 2008. It provides military companies from all over the world with an opportunity to display and sell their latest war fighting machinery. It opens, inappropriately, on Remembrance Day. This introductory flyer sets out some basic facts.