Over 22-23 July, CAAT organised a full weekend of workshops, speakers, training and performance to build resistance to the arms trade. On the Saturday evening, over 260 people attended Dance To Disarm: a night of live music, DJs and spoken word to raise funds for CAAT and build solidarity through music. Below, long-time CAAT supporter
On July 22 & 23 you can join CAAT in London for It Starts Here, a weekend of speakers, workshops and training ready to challenge the DSEI arms fair in September. On the evening of 22 July, Dance To Disarm will bring together spoken word, live music and DJ sets, to raise
Could you get on your bike, and raise money for Campaign Against Arms Trade this August?
Rebecca with her toddler Ivy on her bike trailer - getting in practice for the Sprint Triathlon. It’s true. I care more about peace and fair food than I do about my own fitness or figure. I am utterly in awe of people that run…swim… cycle… simply for the joy
The Right Livelihood Award is also known as "The Alternative Nobel Prize" Last week, on Thursday 27 September, Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) was awarded one of the four Right Livelihood Awards for 2012 for our "innovative and effective campaigning against the
Climb every mountain - Kat trains for her first duathlon Kat Hobbs explains why she is running, cycling and running again on 9 September. I've been a CAAT supporter for several years, and have volunteered in the CAAT offices where I saw first hand the wonderful work that CAAT's staff
Kate Byrne hugging El Cid What a fantastic route, what amazing things we saw and what gruelling hills we climbed! Nine friends set off on 26 May to pedal part of the Camino Del Cid, a route which we planned to take us from Bilbao on the Northern coast of