Join Omega Research Foundation and CAAT at the launch of a new data repository with information on hundreds of arms fairs around the world and tens of thousands of attendees. Omega's Helen Close chairs the panel with Chris Rossdale from Bristol University & Rachel Small from World Beyond War. CAAT's Ian McKinnon and Omega's Scott
Day three of the #StopDSEI protests saw a morning of back-to-back successful blockades of both entrances to the DSEI site, meaning vehicles carrying weapons and equipment were blocked from getting in.
In a guest blog, Michelle Fahy of the Medical Association for Prevention of War exposes how the UK Royal Family has worked with arms companies and human rights abusers around the world. Many of those arms companies are using the Invictus games in Australia as a promotional vehicle. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have
The Undersea Defence Technology (UDT) arms fair took place at SEC Glasgow at the end of June. It was met by a large, boisterous protest, which made it very clear that weapons trading should not be happening in Glasgow, or anywhere! As a result, Glasgow Council took the decision to no longer support arms fairs.
Yesterday our friends at Edinburgh CAAT and the Edinburgh Peace and Justice Centre presented a 400 strong petition to Councillor Chas Booth, the Convener of Edinburgh Council's petitions committee.
If you were in London this weekend and travelled on the Underground, you may have spotted some adverts exposing the UK's complicity in Israel's crimes against Palestinian people.
A Coventry-based activist shares his story of arms trade investments, cluster bombs, and challenging the world's largest arms dealers with Blu-Tack. If you've got something right under your nose, it gives you the opportunity to confront the reality of the arms trade in a way that cannot be dismissed as 'none of our business'. It also
Protesters take to the streets of Newport When NATO defence ministers dine together aboard HMS Duncan later this week, arms companies will be rubbing their hands in glee as we, the public, continue to underwrite the cost of their promotion.