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.
Prosperous partners-in-crime: as Government, Industry and Academia toil away to translate UK national security needs into exporting opportunities, do you feel more safe? London CAAT's Nico Edwards argues not in her second blog post of our Security & Policing Arms Fair series.
As this year's Security & Policing arms fair reaches its last day online, our Universities Co-ordinator, Malak Mayet, asks us if Universities really care about their students?
London CAAT's Nico Edwards reminds us that the ongoing pandemic has brought to light what the UK government actually means when it talks about 'protecting' the nation and providing ‘security’.
As the annual Security & Policing Arms Fair begins this week - this time online - we launch our series of blog posts and content challenging the organisers' flawed notions of security. London CAAT's Esme Waterfield writes here about drones, borders, and a future being engineered for us by the government.
UK has provided training to international police forces accused of torture and other abuses In 2019 Police College provided training for forces in Bahrain, Nigeria and Hong Kong, despite ongoing repression Since 2012, Police College has provided training for at least 12 countries listed as ‘human rights priority countries’ by government Campaigners have called for
UK forces have provided extensive training for Nigerian police and armed forces, including SARS Nigerian police and military have been linked to violence against protesters UK has licensed £43 million worth of arms to Nigeria since 2015 Campaign Against Arms Trade has called for a review of all UK training that has been provided for the Nigerian police and
Following a successful series of online trainings, join us for our first online panel event, focusing on building our understanding of how the global arms trade intersects with other key issues of our time, including racism, colonialism, climate (in)justice and militarised policing. We will start the event with poetry from Yemeni poet