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.

War to End All Wars - chapters 5 & 6

 Chapter 5. Civilians & War - then and now by Sue Wareham & Amanda Ruler

 Chapter 6. From Gas to Nukes : banning the worlds worst weapons by Tim Wright

The War to End All Wars - Chapters 7 & 8

 The War to end all Wars - Chapters 7 & 8

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.

Comments from people about arms company advertising at Canberra airport

 Comments from people about the use of arms adverts at Canberra airport. 

NAAA - what Canberrans think about arms advertising v3

 NAAA - What Canberrans think about arms advertising v3

What does MAPW do?

 What does MAPW do ? (Feb 2015)

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