IPAN Talk at Melbourne Unitarian Peace Memorial 30 June 2019

Why do successive Australian governments dance to the dangerous beat of U.S. war drums?   How do we build a people’s movement to end the Australian governments’ servile support for U.S. wars of aggression? … A talk by IPAN Committee member Shirley Winton. Full...

The Pinkerton Effect: The US Marines in Darwin

Ever since Australia’s Prime Minister John Curtin cast his eye to Washington in an act of desperation during the Second World War, fearing defeat at the hands of the Japanese and British abandonment, the United States has maintained its role, a brute to be relied...

Latest Report on World Military Expenditure

A press release from the International Peace Bureau, commenting on the latest (2018) Report on world military expenditure, published by the SIPRI (The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute): IPB Statement on the SIPRI Report on Military Spending On April...

Earth@Peace Conference Melbourne 23-24 April

Earth@Peace Conference Melbourne 23-24 April This landmark conference will feature panel discussions, working groups, a hypothetical, international speakers and networking. It will have a highly interactive format, with both lead-up and follow-up activities. Open to...