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.

The management of radioactive wastes and the disposal of plutonium. Dr Frank Barnaby - 2000

A paper presented to the 2000 MAPW National Conference by Dr Frank Barnaby, Oxford Research Group. 

The paper explores the problems arising from the lack of disposal options for radioactive waste produced by military and civilian nuclear programs.

Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and US withdrawal - 2002

 A talking points document developed in response to the 2002 withdrawal of the United States from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty.

Hostages of the Nuclear Era: Security Problems in Europe. Sergei Kolesnikov - 1998

Sergei Kolesnikov outlines nuclear security issues in Europe and the need to "gain better vision of, and more ideas on how to tackle the most sensitive points which can be understandable both for the public and decision-makers", to keep IPPNW

IPPNW Nobel Oration by Jose Ramos Horta - 1998

Paper from IPPNWi XIIIth World Congress 1998

Causes of regional conflicts and wars with regional examples. Necdet Ipekyuz - 1998

Necdet Ipekyuz of the Turkish Medical Association outlines the fundamental issue that regions "where armed conflict is ongoing receives assistance in the form of health, educational equipment, food and clothing from various NGO

The effects of sanctions on the civilian community of Iraq - 1998

Ullrich Gottstein's slide presentation demonstrates the vast impacts on the Iraqi people after 1990, including issues of food, education, casualties and more. He visited Iraq in 1998.

The grim reality: the global nuclear situation. Dr Frank Barnaby - 1998

At the IPPNWi XIIIth World Congress, 1998, Dr Frank Barnaby outlined global nuclear arsenals - that t

Research reactors and nuclear weapons capability. Dr Jim Green - 2000

Dr Jim Green discusses the links between research reactors and nuclear weapons proliferation, including plutonium production, diversion of highly enriched uranium, weapons related research, production of isotopes for use in nuclear weapons and finally the political elements of weapons proliferation. Dr Green was then a member of Sutherland Shire Council's Nuclear Reactor Taskfor