Australians working together to ban uranium weapons

An Invitation

 You are warmly invited to the launch of the Australian Campaign to Ban Uranium Weapons

 Please join us on Sunday November 6th 2011 the International Day of Action Against Depleted Uranium Weapons to formally launch this new Australian campaign. November 6th is also the United Nations’ Day for Prevention of the Exploitation of the Environment during Wars and Armed Conflicts.  Depleted uranium  weapons destroy ecosystems leaving areas toxic.

When: 3-4pm, Sunday 6 November 2011      

Where: Edmund Rice Centre, 15 Henley Rd, Homebush West, (near Flemington Station)

Come and hear a first-hand account on the impact depleted uranium has had on communities in Iraq and about the growing world-wide movement to ban the use of these devastating weapons. Find out how together we can raise awareness about the plight of victims, mostly women and children, and ensure their suffering never happens again. As well as planning futures actions, also

  • A message from Campaign Patron: Renowned anti-nuclear campaigner Dr Helen Caldicott
  • Personal Story: Donna Mulhearn
  • Plus new DVD on depleted uranium and up-to-date information on the Fallujah Project

For more information, please email or phone Donna Mulhearn, 0422 74 9319, see

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  2. Dear Donna Mulhearn , welcome in Iraq, we in this group on facebook are ready to help, ( Victims of Depleted Uranium ضحايا اليورانيوم النتضب )
    And thank you for help Iraqi people.
    Salam H. Alhelali

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