Resources: Report

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.

Health care not warfare. MAPW: Dr Sue Wareham - 2004

This 2004 report by MAPW President Dr Sue Wareham argues that the health and welfare of Australians have been sacrificed by policies that confuse security with military power, and divert funding from health care to killing. It compares in detail the Australian budget for military and other needs.

Understanding the nuclear non-proliferation treaty (print quality). MAPW - 2007

This 24-page booklet updated by Dimity Hawkins for MAPW sets out the important role of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPTi) and how it can be successfully impleme

Understanding the nuclear non-proliferation treaty (online reading only). MAPW - 2007

This 24-page booklet updated by Dimity Hawkins for MAPW sets out the important role of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPTi) and how it can be successfully impleme

Securing our survival: (summary). MAPW and ICAN - 2007

This is a 4-page overview of Securing our survival: the case for a nuclear weapons convention (2007), which  sets out and explains an updated Model Convention aiming eliminate nuclear weapons.

Yellowcake Country? Australia's uranium industry. 2006

Yellowcake Country? is a detailed report on Australia's uranium industry prepared by the Beyond Nuclear Initiative in 2006. It raises environmental and health risks, and the threat of nuclear war.

Proliferation dangers associated with nuclear medicine (HEU). MAPW - 2008

The near-universal use of weapons-grade, highly enriched uranium (HEUi) to produce radiopharmaceuticals used in medicine, is a significant hazard.

Iraq - A multifaceted emergency. Dr Rae-Wen Chan - 2007

Dr Rae-Wen Chang's 2007 paper discusses effects of recent conflicts on the health of the Iraqi population. A well referenced and comprehensive overview. Recommended reading.