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- ENuFF groups (Everyone for a Nuclear Free Future) are the grassroots organisations of the anti-nuclear movement in Australia.
- AUC-WA (Anti-Uranium Coalition of WA) very active WA organisation
- JAG groups (Jabiluka Action Group) are more or less focussed on the Jabiluka uranium mine and the rights of the Traditional Owners (Mirrar people). Their grassroots status varies from group to group as some of those groups receive endorsement and directives from the Mirrar people which limits their decision-making.
- TWIS (The Wilderness Society), FOE (Friends of the Earth), Greenpeace, ACF (Australian Conservation Foundation), The Greens and The Democrats are the main incorporated organisations participating in the anti-nuclear movement. Friends of the Earth have usually a more grassroots approach.
- Other groups: There are many other groups involved, for example various environment centres, church groups (eg. 'Ploughshares'), and especially many student organisations.
- Individuals: Many support the anti-nuclear movement as individuals taking on certain responsibilities according to their qualification or occasionally linking up with groups and actions as required.
To take up contact with a group you may want to attend a Public Meeting, approach an anti-nuclear market stall or inquire at your nearest environment centre. If there is no anti-nuclear group in your area you could initiate a local group yourself.
- Publications and Web sites