He is a retired public servant, having spent the last 17 years of his working career with the Australian Taxation Office.
Nick first asserted his interest in peace-related activity in 1966, when a student of Sociology at Southampton University (UK), by resigning from being a 'Cadet Pilot' in the RAF reserve for conscientious reasons. His enthusiasm for working for peace was re-kindled at the time of the invasion of Iraq.
He believes it is time for Australia to take a close look at its defence priorities.
Articles written by Nick Deane (1)
- 10 April 2014 | Why are there U.S. marines in Darwin?
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