Beyond War partners with projects which have a strong commitment to the effective peacebuilding and conflict transformation using Nonviolence as a strategy. Because nonviolence works!
- Recognise and support the aspirations of First Nations peoples.
- Promote the theory and practice of social movement campaigning and nonviolence.
- Assist those communities using nonviolence for an environmentally sustainable and peaceful planet.
- Extend links with sister social justice organisations campaigning for peace and nonviolence.
- Record and retell the stories of social change, and create resources from these stories that communities can use for peace.
Wage Peace provides strategic messaging and digital support for groups and campaigns disturbing war & militarism in Australia.
Wage Peace ‘organises’ and ‘mobilises’ to #EndWarCulture
Wage Peace creates a 'backbone' organisational structure to sustain research, projects, events, skill building and emerging campaigns.
Peacebus.com is involved with campaigns that witness for peace, justice and a sustaining Earth.
PeaceBus provides colourful visuals and creative support for grassroots projects and events: banners, flags, posters, effigies, art installations; right where you want them on the creative edge of direct action.
PeaceBus is a colourful and crusading 1996 Mitsubishi L300 van. Graeme Dunstan is its grey nomad Captain.
Graeme comes from a career in festivals and events in Northern NSW. He continues to apply his skills in occupying public places and getting noticed in the exercise of social movements for peace, justice and a sustaining Earth. Peace Bus supports the Tent Embassy in Canberra amongst other projects.
Pasifika: Stirring up trouble for good
Pasifika is a small not-for-profit organisation designed to strengthen the capacity of nonviolent indigenous movements for freedom and self-determination. We were set-up by West Papuans and Australians in 2005.
Pasifika responds to invitations from indigenous communities living under military occupations, experiencing injustice from repressive governments or affected by exploitative transnational corporations.
All the people and communities we have worked with have asked us to accompany them as they search for ways out of violence.
Our work is based on relationships and led by the people most affected. It is long-term, focused on transforming structural problems and guided by a vision of participatory democracy, economic justice, peace, and ecological sanity.
A peaceful sovereignty
Beyond War's Aboriginal partners have diverse aspirations and visions for the future. But together, recognition of the history and sovereignty of this Land is key. A Peaceable Sovereignty is the way Beyond War "pays the rent". A proportion of all donations will go to Aboriginal Projects.