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Jabiluka Action Group (JAG)

Summary

The Jabiluka Action Group (JAG) formed in 1997 to protest the development of a propossed uranium mine at Jabiluka, inside the Kakadu National Park. Through creative and clever protests, the JAG campaign was successful in mobilising the general public against the mine.

Resources

Fliers

  • Stop Jabiluka Mine: Shutdown North Ltd, Jabiluka Action Group (JAG), August. Image PDF Details
  • Palm Sunday Rally '99: stop Jabiluka uranium mine; stop nuclear threat; land rights now, Jabiluka Action Group (JAG), Melbourne, March 1999. Image PDF Details
  • Palm Sunday Rally '99, Jabiluka Action Group (JAG), Melbourne, 1999. Image PDF Details

Newsletters

  • Greenpeace: Australia News, vol. 2, Greenpeace Australia, Winter 1991. Image PDF Details
  • North Limited: Behind the Corporate Fa├žade of the Jabiluka Miners, A Broadsheet from Socialist Alternative, Socialist Alternative, Melbourne, 1998?. Image PDF Details
  • Kakadu - worth fighting for, Help stop Jabiluka, Alliance Printing Group, 1998?. Image PDF Details
  • Jabiluka Action Group: Melbourne Newsletter and Campaign Update August '99, Jabiluka Action Group (JAG), Melbourne, August 1999. Image PDF Details
  • Coalition for a Nuclear Free Australia, vol. 1, Coalition for a Nuclear Free Australia, April 2001. Image PDF Details

Newspapers

  • Front Line: Union Movement and Community Monthly, no. 49, FrontLine Publishing Board, Oct-Nov 1998. Image PDF Details

Pamphlets

  • Ten Reasons Why Jabiluka Should Not be Mined, Australian Conservation Foundation, 1998. Image PDF Details
  • Jabiluka Blockade News: Stop the Mine in '99, Jabiluka Action Group (JAG), Melbourne, 28 March 1999. Image PDF Details

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