Sydney Anti-AUKUS Coalition

Anti-war conference: Stopping AUKUS & war on China 

Venue and details to be confirmed

September marks two years since Scott Morrison signed the controversial AUKUS nuclear submarine deal with the United States and Britain. As opposition grows to this wasteful and warmongering deal, including among Labor's ranks, come and show your opposition to preparations for a new war in the Asia-Pacific.

To coincide with the 78th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, and Nagasaki please come along to reflect on the impacts of nuclear war and unite in the calls to ban nuclear weapons, cancel AUKUS and nuclear submarines and call for peace.

AUKUS will increase the likelihood of war in the region and place Australia in the frontline of any US-led war on China, direct immense public money to the military, and more. Come and discuss how we can stop AUKUS and redirect the $368 billion to social and ecological needs.

Scott Morrison and the Liberals are fanning the flames of war between the U.S. and China. In September last year Morrison announced the AUKUS Pact- a new military agreement between Australia, the U.S. and the UK which will further militarise the region and see Australia become only the 7th country in the world to acquire nuclear powered submarines. Join Sydney Anti-AUKUS Coalition for this important online meeting about how we can resist the disastrous drive to war.


Paul Keating, Sydney Branch Secretary, Maritime Union of Australia
Dr David Brophy, Historian, University of Sydney and author of ‘China Panic’
Patricia Arcilla, organiser for Anakbayan Sydney

The Sydney Anti-Aukus Coalition (SAAC) with the support of a growing number of anti-war, peace, and environmental groups will protest the QUAD summit to be held in Sydney during 23-24 May.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will host US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

US President Joe Biden’s national security adviser said that the US administration sees the Quad as a “foundation upon which to build substantial American policy in the Indo-Pacific region”.

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