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Press releases

Campaigners call for investigation of UK training for international police forces accused of torture

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

crowd of people standing in front of the Royal Courts of Justice with a 'Stop Arming Saudi Arabia #StopArmingSaudi, Campaign Against Arms Trade' banner

G20 must ensure an end to the bombing of Yemen

Saudi Arabia to host the G20 summit this weekend Saudi forces have led a 5 year bombing of Yemen, with arms provided by many G20 countries UK has licensed at least £5.4 billion worth of arms since the bombing began, with the actual level of arms sales being far higher Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT)

Campaigners call for a suspension and review of all UK military and police training in Nigeria, following SARS revelations

‚ÄčUK 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

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