Exhibition of Exhibitions
A number of online exhibitions relating to the heritage of peace, social justice and non-violent change already exist.
Here are some of them. (All of these links are to external sites.)
Against the Odds: The victory over conscription in World War One
The Australian Living Peace Museum and the Brunswick Coburg Anti-Conscription Commemoration Campaign have produced a digital story for the Culture Victoria website on the anti-conscription campaign of World War One as seen from the northern Melbourne suburbs of Brunswick and Coburg. The digital story can be seen here.
Protest! Archives from the University of Melbourne
Protest! features items from the University of Melbourne Archives to explore the history of protest at the University and in a wider landscape of protest. The exhibition, including a catalogue, can be found here.
World War 1: Quaker witness to peace and nonviolence
This exhibition tells the story of Quakers’ commitment to peacemaking, their opposition to militarism, and their active role in the provision of relief to the victims of war in Europe during and after World War 1.
Part 1: Who are the Quakers? | Part 2: Bearing witness for peace | Part 3: Challenging pre-WWI militarism | Part 4: Child conscription Our country's shame | Part 5: Dissent to war | Part 6: Women and dissent | Part 7: Quaker relief work | Part 8: War and its aftermath | Part 9: Continuing witness for peace and non-violence
100 Years of WILPF in Australia
2015 marked the centenary of WILPF in Australia. A pdf version of the centenary exhibition can be downloaded here.