Resources

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.

Comments about Arms Ad's at Canberra Airport

 Comments about Arms Ad's at Canberra airport

Community comments about arms ads at Canberra airport

 Community comments about arms advertising at Canberra Airport

NAAA Campaign Launch Flyer

 NAAA Campaign Launch Flyer

NAAA - Arms Companies Promoting Conflict - Briefing

 Arms Companies Promoting Conflict - briefing

NAAA - Why a No Airports Advertising Campaign?

 Why a No Airports Campaign briefing

NAAA - which arms companies advertise at Canberra Airport

 Arms Companies that advertise at Canberra Airport

NAAA - what Canberrans think about arms advertising

 What people think about arms advertising

NAAA- Eisenhower and others comments about the arms trade

 Eisenhower and others comments about the arms trade

NAAA - what Canberrans think about arms advertising

What people think about arms advertising at Canberra airport

NAAA Arms Companies Promoting Conflict

 NAAA Arms Companies Promoting Conflict briefing

NAAA Canberra's Green Credentials briefing paper

 Canberra Airports Green Credentials Briefing

NAAA Nuclear Weapons Briefing

 NAAA Nuclear Weapons Briefing 

Nuclear Weapons NAAA

 No Airport Arms Advertising - Nuclear Weapons briefing

The War to End All Wars - chapters 5&6 now available

Chapters 5 and 6 in MAPW’s War to End All Wars series look at the dramatic changes in wars’ direct impacts over the last century, from being primarily on combatants to being primarily  on civilians.  Warfare reached its peak of destructive capacity with the use of nuclear weapons in 1945, and these weapons still threaten nations with mass destruction.

South Australia Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission - MAPW & PHAA Joint Submission in full

The Medical Association for Prevention of War and the Public Health Association of Australia have written a joint submission to the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission in South Australia 2015.

The full submission is attached