The one year anniversary since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine marks a year of suffering by the people of Ukraine under the actions of Putin’s regime. We deplore and condemn the escalation and length of the war. CAAT supports efforts for a just peace rather than endless war and endless arms supplies.
As UK and international organisations working in and on the Occupied Palestinian Territory we are deeply concerned that the UK government still refuses to suspend arms transfers to Israel despite the clear risk that UK-licensed equipment might be used to carry out or facilitate serious violations of international humanitarian law (IHL), including war crimes.
CAAT condemns the airstrikes carried out by the US and UK in Yemen. At a time when the region is extremely volatile these airstrikes are a further threat to peace in Yemen and beyond. Instead of supporting calls for a ceasefire, this government has chosen to ignore the genocide Israel is perpetrating in Gaza in
Israel is using UK arms exports in a genocide against the Palestinian people. We call on the government to immediately revoke all licences for arms exports to Israel. It is not credible that the UK government or the Leader of the Opposition believe that the siege, bombardments and forcible transfer of civilians of Gaza are
CAAT condemns the attacks which have caused the death and injury of thousands of civilians and stands in solidarity and compassion with all those affected by the atrocities, both in Gaza and Israel, and in communities around the world where there has been a drastic escalation in anti-Semitism and xenophobia. We call on the UK
The government is proposing an ‘anti-boycott bill’ that, if passed, could dramatically affect our ability to campaign for social and climate justice in the UK and around the world. We as a collection of organisations have written the following statement to express our opposition to the bill.
CAAT condemns the Russian invasion of Ukraine as an act of imperialist aggression. Russia’s brutal onslaught on Ukraine’s civilian population almost certainly involves war crimes. We extend our solidarity to the people of Ukraine, to everyone who is working for peace in Ukraine and Russia, and challenging this devastating war.