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NSW Teachers Federation works on Peace issues including nuclear disarmament, refugee rights, climate justice.

NSW students in all public education settings are eligible to enter the annual Sam Lewis Peace Prize.

The Australian Living Peace Museum (ALPM) is an online museum dedicated to telling the stories of Australia’s heritage of peace and non-violence. The ALPM provides stories, images, information and lesson plans.

The United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs produces materials for teaching and learning about disarmament and young people’s role in creating peace.

Youth for Disarmament is a youth outreach initiative established in 2019 by the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs.

Peace and Nonviolence Education Australasia supports the development of cultures of peace in Christian Schools with curriculum resources, professional development, and more.

The Enduring Effects of War is a peace education resource on WWII produced by the History Teachers’ Association of Victoria for the Medical Association for Prevention of War and Act for Peace.

The Journal of Peace Education publishes original research on theory, curriculum, pedagogy, and praxis in peace education.

Psychologists for Peace, an Interest Group of the Australian Psychological Society, runs the Children’s Peace Literature Award, a biennial recognition of great kids books that promote peace. 

Demilitarise Education is a UK-based organisation tracking weapons industry influence in tertiary education.


The Graham F. Smith Peace Foundation works for peace through the arts.

The Sydney Peace Foundation showcases solutions that prove that peace with justice is possible.

The Medical Association for Prevention of War works to prevent the harms of war and militarism.

Wage Peace uses creative nonviolence to disrupt militarism across Australia, West Papua, Aotearoa, Indonesia and the Pacific.

Wage Peace has launched an audio series on peace issues, with accompanying teaching resources

The Initiative for Peacebuilding brings together multidisciplinary research, engagement, and education to advance peacebuilding  in the Indo-Pacific region.

Pace e Bene Australia is committed to nonviolence as a personal approach to life and an effective means of social transformation.

The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF Australia) is a feminist peace-building organisation of volunteer activists.


The Peace Foundation (Aotearoa New Zealand)

Te Ao o Rongomaraeroa | National Centre for Peace and Conflicts Studies (Aotearoa New Zealand)

National Network Opposing the Militarisation of Youth (USA)

Demilitarise Education (UK)

Peace Education Scotland aims to advance education by raising the level of understanding of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction amongst children and young people.