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Solidarity with the Stansted 15

Mel Strickland is one of 15 activists that blocked a government deportation flight chartered to transport people for repatriation to Nigeria, Ghana and Sierra Leone . The activists were charged and convicted under repressive “antiterror” legislation, and could face years in prison. CAAT stands in solidarity with the activists as they appeal the appalling verdict.

Blogs

Time to Act: No War! No Warming!

In his book Capitalist Realism: Is There no Alternative? Mark Fisher sharply argues that when it comes to thinking about changing entrenched social norms and priorities our lives have become dominated by an attitude of resignation and fatalism. Fisher’s argument can be easily applied to mainstream discourses around climate change and

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A New Vision of Security

The UK sells arms to over 100 countries across the globe, including manyabusive regimes, or those in conflict, even selling arms to both sides The official justification for the Government’s unquestioning support for the arms trade is that it is vital to safeguard “national security”. CAAT’s 

CAAT would not exist without its supporters. Each new supporter helps us strengthen our call for an end to the international arms trade.

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