A report published yesterday by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) estimated that 377,000 people will have died in the war in Yemen by the end of 2021, from both direct and indirect causes. Sixty percent of these would be from hunger, preventable disease, and other indirect causes, while 70%
More Than 60 Groups Urge General Assembly to Establish New Investigative Mechanism
The undersigned organizations call upon the UN General Assembly to move quickly and establish a new international accountability mechanism for Yemen.
Check out highlights from our DSEI Resistance efforts in 2021! Thank you to our friends at Rainbow Collective for the video!
As part of the development of our new short-term strategy, CAAT is looking to work with external researchers on two exciting commissions supporting our ongoing work on Militarised Borders and Policing in the UK and internationally.
The Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS) today held an “awards ceremony” for the top “Spoilers of Peace” in the war in Yemen, who are doing most to perpetuate the war, cause death and suffering, and obstruct efforts to
Read an excerpt from our nomination of Boris Johnson for the Spoilers of Peace Award 2021 coordinated by the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies.
Over the next few months, we will be carrying out a root and branch review of how CAAT operates. During this period, we will be reducing our activity to reflect our current lower capacity. We thank you for your patience and understanding.