Justice Not Terror [Organizations and Web Sites for Peace Activism in the Wake of Sept 11]

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Justice Not Terror [Organizations and Web Sites for Peace Activism in the Wake of Sept 11]


On-line Anti-war petition An internet petition, using a form instead of the usual ineffective e-mail format. It has been translated into a dozen languages and had just passed the 13,000 mark on 15th October 2001.

See: http://www.flora.org/coat/appeal .

Protest for peace There are peace rallies and movements mushrooming all over the world. At the time of going to print, there have already been at least 182 anti-war actions involving 285,000 people in 40 different countries around the globe. Get an update at http://www.pax.protest.net/ Peace/protest_numbers.html

Find out where you can protest at http://www.pax.protest.net/ Peace/calendar_list.html then click on your nearest city. Or ring a peace movement near you:

Australia Canberra - ACTNOW Mob: 0415 752 012; Sydney - NO WAR +61 2 92120800; Melbourne - ANSWER Mob: 0402 246 491; Adelaide - Peace Committee +61 8 8332 3461; Perth - CAWAR Mob: 0402 859 822

Aotearoa/New Zealand Peace Movement Aotearoa Tel: +64 4 382 8129

Britain Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Tel: +44 20 7700 2393

Canada Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade Tel: +1 613 231 3076; Mobilization for Global Justice Tel: +1 416 208 0785

Pacific The Nuclear Free and Independent Pacific Movement Tel: +67 9 304 649

United States Washington Peace Center Tel: +1 202 234 2000

Petition President Bush to respond without bombing Afghanistan: http://www.moveon.org then click on 'Justice, not Terror'. http://www.flora.org then click on 'A global appeal for no more violence.' http://www.wtcpeacepetition.org (if you're a United States citizen). …

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