"I support ANFA because it is supporting my family. We don't want uranium or waste travelling through country because of the dangers it presents. The national meeting brings us together to support each other, keep strong and see what ANFA can do to help us all."
− Sue Coleman-Haseldine (Ceduna, SA), winner of the inaugural (2007) SA Premier's Award for excellence for indigenous leadership in natural resource management.
The Australia Nuclear Free Alliance (ANFA) is a unique alliance of Aboriginal people and communities and health, environmental, social justice and union groups who share a common concern about nuclear projects and impacts on Aboriginal lands and who are working for a nuclear free future.
The annual ANFA meeting is our key forum to bring people together, to learn about developments on the ground, to share strategies and ideas and to plan for the year ahead.
You can find out more about what ANFA does and how we do things here: www.anfa.org.au.
This meeting is led by Aboriginal people from communities across the country. Despite negligible funding ANFA has survived and grown as an alliance for nearly twenty years. This is a tribute to the Alliance’s leadership, strength and tenacity – and its importance.
You can help bring these affected communities together by sponsoring travel for ANFA community delegates facing the threats from the legacy of weapons testing, uranium mining or nuclear waste dump proposals.
- Sponsor a return train ticket from Perth to Kalgoorlie: $160
- Sponsor one plane ticket from NSW, SA or Qld to Perth: $600 (return) or $300 (one way)
- Sponsor a car (4-5 people) from South Australia to Kalgoorlie: $1,000 (return) or $500 (one way)
All contributions and support are welcome. Please share this fundraiser with your friends.