The IPAN Statement

In February 2003, unprecedented numbers of people joined the largest demonstrations in recorded history to oppose the invasion of Iraq. They were right; there were no weapons of mass destruction and war was not the answer. Learning from recent history, we, the...

Individual endorsements

In addition to the organisations who signed on to the IPAN  statement the following individuals have given their endorsement: Mueen Albreihi Kathleen Green Becky Ng Marlou Abaja James Grieve Simon Niblock Stephannie Abusa C Griffith Lyn Nicholls Dr Paul Adams B...

Organisations endorsing the IPAN statement

The following organisations have endorsed the IPAN statement AUSTRALIAN ANTI-BASES CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE AUSTRALIAN NUCLEAR ALLIANCE WESTERN AUSTRALIA AUSTRALIAN PEACE COMMITTEE Australia East Timor Friendship Association (SA) BAN THE BASES! Network Phillipines BAYAN...

Jobs not arms race

Australia needs positive jobs not a new arms race The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) is alarmed by the Australian Government’s comments following statements by a front runner for US Secretary of State, Mayor Rudy Giuliani, that President-elect...

Air Strikes

Response to announced Australian air strikes against IS in Iraq – 3rd October 2014 A national peace group has responded to the PM’s announcement of renewed Australian military participation in the middle east with a warning, that another war is unlikely to solve...

South China Sea

Escalating hostilities in the South-China Sea draw Australia closer to fighting another foreign war The Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) says escalating hostilities in the South-China Sea have the potential to spark a major military conflict in...