May 29, 2021
3CR speaks to Andy Paine and Uncle Kevin Buzzacott about the Disrupt Land Forces festival currently taking place in Meanjin, Brisbane.
May 28, 2021
With the Land Forces expo coming up next week, this week we again focus on the weapons industry and its effects around the world. We hear from Marty Branagan about the environmental impacts of militarism, and Poro Bibi about the environmental and human rights issues enforced by militarism in West Papua.
May 21, 2021
With the Land Forces weapons convention coming up very soon in Brisbane, we talk to Elise West from the Medical Association fro the Prevention of War about arms industry influence in schools, and with Marianne Hanson from the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons about the nuclear arms industry. We also play an extract from Cynthia Cockburn’s “Breaking the gendered continuum of violence”, about how militarism extends violence against women.
May 8, 2021
Today we speal with Zelda and Porobibi from the Make West Papua Safe campaign about Disrupt Land Forces.
A festival of resistance to the Land Forces Defence Exposition that runs from May 28-June 3 in Meanjin, Brisbane on the lands of the Jagera people.
MAY 12, 2021
Boe Spearim chats with Zelda who is one of the organizers of Disrupt Land Forces, which is an event happening from the 1st to the 3rd on June to protest the upcoming international Land Forces exposition at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
APRIL 23, 2021
This week we talk about the weapons industry. “We hear from Michelle Fahy about the “revolving door” of personnel between the arms industry, military and government and how it is damaging our democracy; and from Matilda Byrne about the campaign to “stop killer robots” – to ban the use and production of lethal autonomous weapons. Plus we hear how both issues relate to the Land Forces weapons expo to be held in Brisbane in June.”
FEBRUARY 26, 2021
This week we talk all about weapons expos. Inspired by the upcoming “Land Forces 2021”, we hear Zelda Grimshaw talk about how Australian manufactured weapons end up killing West Papuan civilians, and Iain McIntyre about how protestors shut down the AIDEX weapons fair for good in the early 90’s.