Boris Johnson’s trip to Saudi Arabia this Tuesday evening to push for an increase in oil supply to replace Russian gas in the wake of Saudi Arabia’s largest ever mass execution, sends a clear signal the most grievous human rights abuses and killings can take place with impunity so long as international trade continues.
The UK expressing ‘full support’ without qualification for the Saudi-led Coalition, mere days after bombardments killed over 100 civilians in Yemen, illustrates no meaningful regard for the protection of civilians.
On Tuesday, the Defence and Security Equipment International 2021 arms fair (DSEI), will open at the Excel centre in London Docklands, amidst massive protests and opposition from political leaders and local communities in London.
Award-winning exhibition against London arms fair back for third run, featuring Nobel Peace Prize Nominees, Campaign Against Arms Trade
CAAT's statement on recent events in Afghanistan and the record of UK arms sales to Afghanistan since the 2001 invasion
100 organizations working in and on Yemen urge immediate action
European companies must be held accountable for arms exports to warring parties in Yemen
Tomorrow, Saturday 26th March, marks seven years since the beginning of the Saudi-led coalition’s entry into the war in Yemen. The Coalition’s bombing campaign, which has repeatedly targeted schools, hospitals, residential areas, agricultural and water facilities, and civilian gatherings such as weddings, funerals, and market places, has been the leading cause of civilian casualties in