Peace Movement Aotearoa is the national networking peace organisation; our focus is on peace, disarmament, social justice and human rights

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Peace Movement Aotearoa is the national networking peace organisation. We provide information, educational resources, updates and networking services on peace, disarmament, social justice and human rights.

As well as our core networking activities, our work is focused on two main areas:

• peace and disarmament, including research, analysis and provision of resources on a range of disarmament topics, militarism and militarisation; national coordination of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (iCAN) Aotearoa New Zealand, the Global Campaign on Military Spending, the Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, the Aotearoa New Zealand Cluster Munition Coalition / Campaign Against Landmines Joint Working Group, and the World War One Centenary Peace Project; and administrative support for White Poppies for Peace and the White Poppy Peace Scholarships.

• peace and human rights, including research, analysis and provision of resources on peace, human rights and the Treaty of Waitangi; and regular reporting to United Nations human rights bodies.

Peace Movement Aotearoa is a not-for-profit Incorporated Society, registered in 1982, with IRD tax donee status. Our goals are: to research, publish information and provide news, views, and resources on peace and related issues to interested groups and individuals in Aotearoa New Zealand; to educate the wider community about these matters; to promote and use non-violent means of conflict resolution at all levels from personal to global; to provide national networking services; and to work with relevant international groups.

For more information, please contact us by emailing pma@xtra.co.nz

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Peace Movement Aotearoa is the national networking peace organisation. We provide information, educational resources, updates and networking services on peace, disarmament, social justice and human rights.

As well as our core networking activities, our work is focused on two main areas:

• peace and disarmament, including research, analysis and provision of resources on a range of disarmament topics, militarism and militarisation; national coordination of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (iCAN) Aotearoa New Zealand, the Global Campaign on Military Spending, the Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, the Aotearoa New Zealand Cluster Munition Coalition / Campaign Against Landmines Joint Working Group, and the World War One Centenary Peace Project; and administrative support for White Poppies for Peace and the White Poppy Peace Scholarships.

• peace and human rights, including research, analysis and provision of resources on peace, human rights and the Treaty of Waitangi; and regular reporting to United Nations human rights bodies.

Peace Movement Aotearoa is a not-for-profit Incorporated Society, registered in 1982, with IRD tax donee status. Our goals are: to research, publish information and provide news, views, and resources on peace and related issues to interested groups and individuals in Aotearoa New Zealand; to educate the wider community about these matters; to promote and use non-violent means of conflict resolution at all levels from personal to global; to provide national networking services; and to work with relevant international groups.

For more information, please contact us by emailing pma@xtra.co.nz

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