About the Australian Living Peace Museum
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The Australian Living Peace Museum is an online museum presenting Australian narratives of peace-making, non-violent social change and alternative forms of resistance to war and violence. The ALPM is committed to sound scholarship, a participatory framework and community-oriented perspectives.
The Museum aims to foster a culture of peace reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of peace efforts made personally by individuals and by organisations past and present. It does so in accord with a range of local, national and international contexts relating to disarmament, human rights, ecology, reconciliation (including Indigenous responses to colonisation), education and the growth of international humanitarian law.
The Australian Living Peace Museum is a volunteer-led, community based organisation. The Museum is a registered cooperative which meets on a monthly basis. Membership of the cooperative is open to individuals and organisations that agree with its aims.
The rules of the cooperative including the aims may be found here.
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