Australian Union of Democratic Control for the Avoidance of
Australian Women's Peace Army (1915 - 1919)
Christian Pacifist Movement
Commonwealth Liberty League
Conflict Resolution Network
Congress for International Co-operation and Disarmament
Democratic Rights Council, 1950-1952
Draft Resistance Committee, 1969-?
Federal Pacifist Council of Australia 1946-?
Federation for Resistance to War 1949?
Food Not Bombs Melbourne
Friends of the United Nations, Byron Bay, New South Wales
The Independent and Peaceful Australian Network 2012-.
The International Day of Peace Alliance 2006-.
International Peace Campaign / Australian Peace Campaign,
International Union of Psychological Science, Committee for the
Psychological Study of Peace, Melbourne
The Jessie Street Trust 1988-
The Jessie Street Trust promotes and celebrates the groundbreaking
life of Jessie Street.
'In 1988 an organising committee came together to celebrate the
centenary of one of the foremost but relatively unknown 20th
century Australian activists, Jessie Street. Events included: a
conference (from which a book was published), tribute speeches in
Parliament, and an Australia Post commemorative envelope –
the first ever for an Australian woman. In April 1989, on her 100th
birthday, a lunch was held for Jessie in the NSW Parliamentary
Dining Room. This began the annual fundraising event'
Jessie Mary Grey Lillingston Street was born in Ranchi, in Bihar,
India on 18 April 1889. She came to Australia in 1896 when her
mother inherited the family property, Yugilbar station, on the
Clarence River, near Grafton NSW. Throughout her life, Jessie
worked tirelessly for the causes about which she was passionate
– equal rights and justice for all, elimination of all forms
of discrimination, and world peace and disarmament.'
League for Freedom and World Friendship
League for Peace and Democracy, 1939-1940
League of Nations Union, Australian Section, 1929-1940
London Peace Society, Australasian Branch, 1908-.
London Peace Society, New South Wales Branch, 1907-1931
The Women’s Peace Group nu Women's International League
for Peace and Freedom, Western Australian Branch - 'The
Women’s Peace Group was formed in 1928, when a number of
Western Australian women’s organizations, including
Women’s Services Guild, YWCA, Labor Women, WCTU and others,
got together to organize an Armistice Day celebration. Active for
around five years, a decline in enthusiasm in the early 1930s was
signaled by the failure of a conference on disarmament. In 1933 the
group was reformed as a branch of the Women’s International
League for Peace and Freedom by Lucy Creeth. The branch went into
recess in 1947 but was reestablished in 1952 by Nancy
World Disarmament Movement
World Peace 2000 (Australia)
Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life: The AIDEX '91 Story