Deliveries to Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), one of the world’s largest arms fairs, were brought to a standstill on Thursday morning when peace campaigners blocked the road. The protest at the ExCeL centre took place during the No Faith in War day. Several hundred people came together to oppose the
This year, the Network for Police Monitoring (Netpol) will be monitoring the protests, and reporting on how the police are using their powers over the two weeks of protests.
Protests against the DSEI arms fair will begin on 4th September
Yes, it’s that time of year again – well that time every two years – when we come together to resist Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), one of the world’s largest arms fairs at the ExCeL centre in London. We’re looking forward to seeing old faces and meeting new ones as
Campaign Against Arms Trade is looking for up to 3 new members for our Steering Committee, which acts as our governing board, overseeing CAAT's work.
In a judgment issued on 6 June, the UK’s High Court dismissed the case brought by CAAT challenging the Government’s decision to renew arms sales to Saudi Arabia. The Court found that CAAT had not proved that the then Secretary of State for International Trade was acting irrationally in their decision to licence
Members of London CAAT handed in a 450+ signature petition at City Hall on 21st June. The petition calls for the Mayor of London and Transport for London to end BAE Systems advertising deal with London Underground,
Armed Forces Day took place in Falmouth, Cornwall on 24th June 2023. CAAT, alongside national and local groups, including the Peace Pledge Union, Forces Watch, Demilitarise Education, Cornwall Resists and local and national Quakers, were on the streets