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The Branch meets regularly at the Friends Meeting House, North Adelaide (behind the Anglican Cathedral).  Some members attend meetings while others offer support financially and promote WILPF through their networks by spreading news about WILPF's international, national and local campaigns.

We organise a diverse range of activities to promote peace such as photographic and historical exhibitions, book launches, guest speakers on current topics and participate in many international peace campaigns.

In July 2015, the Branch made a submission to the South Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission.

On 21 September 2014, we hosted a UN International Day of Peace with 19 local organisations updating everyone on their current campaigns.  In April 2014, we rallied in support of the Global Day Against Military Spending (GDAMS).

GDAMS9Leonnie Blumson at Global Day Against Military Spending 2014

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Some branch members also regularly broadcast on the University of Adelaide's Radio Adelaide network (101.5fm) on a weekly peace program A Peace of the Action which WILPF helped establish seven years ago.

WILPF works with many local social justice groups and advocates to government to spread the message for peace and human rights within the South Australian community..

We welcome new members who may like to take a lead in a specific project or campaign, attend to learn more about peace activism and current issues, or just be a WILPF supporter in general.

For further information contact :

Ruth Russell, SA Branch Coordinator, phone 08 8390 3456 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Ruth Russell at Global Day Against Military Spending 2011 

November 2013 - WILPF South Australia members wear orange to support the 16 days of activism against gender violence campaign

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Mareen Arnott resizedMaureen Arnott at WILPF Campaign 2012        

Sue Gilbey at WILPF Conference 2011

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 "There is no way to peace; peace is the way."  
Edith Greene Balch, founding member of WILPF and Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1946.