New Internationalist


October 1992

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issue 236 - October 1992


Here are our suggestions for the first people to contact if things blow up
in the Gulf again - and about peace campaigns generally.

Peace Movement Aotearoa,
P0 Box 9314 Wellington,
Tel (4) 32828 129

New Zealand Foundation for Peace Studies,
PO Box 4110, Auckland,
Tel (9) 3732 379

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND),
P0 Box 8558, Symonds St, Auckland;

Palestine Human Rights Campaign,
P0 Box 29168, Christchurch,
Tel (3) 352 7393.


Campaign Against the Arms Trade (Theo McKay)
Tel (9) 481 1233 or c/o Parliament House, Canberra 2600, Tel (6) 277 3790

37 Nicholson Road,
Balmain 2041,
Tel (2) 555 7044.


Canadian Peace Alliance,
555 Bloor St West, No 5, Toronto, Ontario M5S lYG,
tel (416) 588 5555, fax (416) 588 5556

United Nations Association,
63 Sparks St, Ste 808, Ottawa, Ontario Ki P 5A6,
tel (613) 232 5751, fax (613) 563 2455

Project Ploughshares,
Conrad Grebel College, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G6,
Tel (519) 888 6541, fax (519) 885 0014.

Campaign Against the Arms Trade,
11 Goodwin St, Finsbury Park, London N4 3HQ,
Tel (71) 281 0298

Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND),
162 Holloway Road, London N7 8DQ,
Tel (71) 700 2524

Active Resistance to the Roots of War (ARROW), (David Polden),
c/o CND or Tel (71) 607 5013

Committee for a Just Peace in the Middle East,
Venture Centre, Unity Wharf, Mill St, London SE21 2BH,
Tel (71) 231 9845.


Middle East Watch,
485 Fifth Av, New York, NY 10017,
Tel (212) 972 8400, fax (212) 972 0905

Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee,
4201 Connecticut Av NW, Ste 500, Washington, DC 20008,
Tel (202) 244 2990, fax (202) 244 3196

Mobilization for Survival,
45 John St, Ste 811, New York, NY 10038,
Tel (212) 385 2222

Center for Defense Information,
1500 Massachusetts Av NW; Washington, DC 20005,
Tel (202) 862 0700, fax (202) 862 0708.

By far the best regular coverage can be found in the journal Middle East Report, Suite 119, 1500 Mass Ave NW, Washington DC 20005, US.

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