Organisations that IPAN supports

  • Living Incomes for Everyone (L.I.F.E)

This National Campaign is building a groundswell movement of all organisations, groups and individuals who are working for economic and social justice for the unemployed, others dependent on Social security, the underemployed and low-income workers.
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  • International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)

ICAN is a coalition of non-governmental organizations in one hundred countries promoting adherence to and implementation of the United Nations nuclear weapon ban treaty. This landmark global agreement was adopted in New York on 7 July 2017.

  • International Peace Bureau (IPB)

IPB is dedicated to the vision of a World Without War. Its current main programme centres on  Disarmament for Sustainable Development and within this, our focus is mainly on the reallocation of military expenditure. IPB believes that by reducing funding for the military sector, significant amounts of money could be released for social projects, domestically or abroad, which could lead to the fulfillment of real human needs and the protection of the environment. At the same time, IPB supports a range of disarmament campaigns and supply data on the economic dimensions of weapons and conflicts. Their campaigning work on nuclear disarmament began already in the 1980s.

  • Australians for War Powers Reform

The organisation that is now called Australians for War Powers Reform was formed in 2012 in response to the apparent ease with which Australian troops are sent to war and the serious problems this leads to – for us as a nation, for our troops and for the civilians where we fight our wars. Decisions to send our troops to war are made by the Prime Minister, either acting alone or with a tiny handful of Cabinet membersThe process is opaque. There is no opportunity for our elected representatives in Parliament to ask critical questions

  • Australian Living Peace Museum

he Australian Living Peace Museum is an online museum presenting Australian narratives of peace-making, non-violent social change and alternative forms of resistance to war and violence. The ALPM is committed to sound scholarship, a participatory framework and community-oriented perspectives.
The Museum aims to foster a culture of peace reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of peace efforts made personally by individuals and by organisations past and present. It does so in accord with a range of local, national and international contexts relating to disarmament, human rights, ecology, reconciliation (including Indigenous responses to colonisation), education and the growth of international humanitarian law.