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Aidex '91: inside the Australian arms trade
— March 03, 2008
Aidex '91 documents the protests against the Aidex Arms Trade "Fair" held in Canberra, Australia in 1991. It also investigated the politics of Australian weapons trading in the Asia-Pacific region. It was produced for transmission on Community Access TV who were conducting test broadcasts of community TV on UHF Ch31 in Sydney, Australia. The large protest against Aidex, the police response, and the general public reaction, combined to make the arms traders very wary of staging such a prominent display for a decade and a half. There is soon to be another, so perhaps now is a good time to revisit this history for learnings.
Herbie Hancock supports ICAN
— April 02, 2009
A message from Grammy Award winning and legendary musician and composer, Herbie Hancock, in support of ICAN and the need to eliminate all nuclear weapons.
John Howard (actor) launches ICAN
— May 16, 2007
John Howard (actor) discusses and asks for your support for the International Campaign To Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Gareth Evans Launches ICAN
— May 16, 2007
Gareth Evans discusses and asks for your support for the International Campaign To Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Australia's Central Role in Nuclear Weapon Abolition
— June 05, 2008
The need for middle countries like Australia to take an active role in the abolotion of nuclear weapons
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
— September 21, 2007
Australia is on the verge of the largest expansion on its nuclear industry. Booting John Howard and the Liberal government out of office might not in itself be enough to stop all of it, but it would be a good start.
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