IPAN Affiliates

IPAN is a network of organisations around Australia – community, faith and peace groups, trade unions and concerned individuals – aiming to build public dialogue and pressure  for change. Change to a truly independent foreign policy for Australia – one in which our government plays a positive role in solving international conflicts peacefully.

The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network

Upcoming event

Upcoming event

Upcoming event

Upcoming event

Upcoming events

    1. Peace Not War: Art that takes a stand – Docklands

      10 Nov 2017 9:00 AM - 10 Jan 2018 5:00 PM AEDT
    2. Just Peace Qld AGM

      12 Dec 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM AEDT
    3. ACT ICAN Nobel Peace Prize Celebrations

      13 Dec 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM AEDT
    4. Protest the US decision on Jerusalem – rallies Australia-wide

      13 Dec 6:00 PM - 17 Dec 1:00 PM AEDT

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Peace Not War: Art that takes a stand

10 November – 10 January “Peace Not War: Art that takes a stand” Australian and international artists stand up for human rights, addressing peace, war, violence, homelessness, indigenous issues, refugees. Artists include: Mirka Mora, Shaun Tan, Noel Counihan. Venue: Docklands library, No 11 tram from Collins Street

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Booklet: The Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty: ICAN, November 28, 2017

Booklet: The nuclear weapons ban treaty November 28, 2017 Nuclear weapons threaten the very survival of humanity and our entire living planet. Their effects transcend national boundaries and span generations. They are immoral, illegitimate and now – at long last – illegal. On 7 July 2017, following a decade of advocacy by ICAN and its […]

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A Sledgehammer for a Walnut: Ross Gwyther, 7 December 2017

A Sledgehammer for a Walnut: Pearls and Irritations, Ross Gwyther, 7 December 2017

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Gideon Levy talk at IPAN-AJPP fundraising dinner 28 November 2017

Israeli journalist, Gideon Levy’s talk at IPAN-AJPP fundraising dinner, Canberra, 28 November 2017 Scroll down to the ‘Recent’ list of talks and it’s there.

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Politicians hold $300m in property: Dallas Rogers, 7 August 2014

Politicians hold $300m in property, so how should they influence housing policy. The Conversation, 7 August 2014

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