Resources: Fact Sheet

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.

No Airport Arms Ads -Bulletin II September 2016

 No Airport Arms Ads Campaign - Bulletin II

10 Questions about Nuclear Waste - updated August 2016

We have updated our factsheet answering the 10 most common questions asked about nuclear waste.

updated Aug 2016

NAAA fact sheet issue 1 August 2016

This series of fact sheets explores many aspects of the global arms trade, including its participants, its promotion, its victims, and some of the lessons of history.

Issue 1 - August 2016

 

What does MAPW do?

 What does MAPW do? factsheet January 2016

What people say about the Canberra Airport arms ads

 Read what Australians really think about the arms adverts at Canberra Airpot

10 Questions about Nuclear Waste

 Click the file below to download this factsheet

Medical Isotope Production in Australia - should we be using nuclear reactor or cyclotron based technology?

A new fact sheet examining whether Australia should be producing medical isotopes in nuclear reactor or cyclotrons.

Radioactive Waste in Australia - fact sheet 2016

We have updated our Radioactive Waste fact sheet. This fact sheet provides accessible, factual information forindividuals and communities about radioactive waste from medical sources. 

War to End All Wars - chapters 5 & 6

The "war to end all wars" ushered in a century of violence on an unprecedented scale. A hundred years on, the lessons to be learned appear buried beneath a barrage of commemorative activities. MAPW believes that Australia could best honor those who died by learning from the past.

The War to End All Wars - chapters 11 & 12

 The "war to end all wars" ushered in a century of violence on an unprecedented scale. A hundred years on, the lessons to be learned appear buried beneath a barrage of commemorative activities. MAPW believes that Australia could best honor those who died by learning from the past.

The War to End All Wars Chapters 9 &10

The "war to end all wars" ushered in a century of violence on an unprecedented scale. A hundred years on, the lessons to be learned appear buried beneath a barrage of commemorative activities. MAPW believes that Australia could best honor those who died by learning from the past.

The War to End All Wars - Chapters 5&6

The "war to end all wars" ushered in a century of violence on an unprecedented scale. A hundred years on, the lessons to be learned appear buried beneath a barrage of commemorative activities. MAPW believes that Australia could best honor those who died by learning from the past.

The War to End all Wars - chapters 7&8 now available

The War to End all Wars, honouring the dead by learning the lessons, is a series of papers written by a wide range of experts.

MAPW believes that Australia could best honour those who died by learning from the past. This series of papers outlines our failure to do so and some ways forward.