The controversial London DSEI arms fair expects to return on Tuesday 14th September. It should close its doors and never return, writes CAAT's Kirsten Bayes
In 2017, the arrest of four protesters outside DSEI led to a long running court case that clarified the right to protest and changed how direct action protesting should be policed. Kat Hobbs and Carl Spender from Netpol explain why the "Ziegler" case is so important
Although arms fairs are likely to be reduced in (physical) size this year due to Covid, many are still expecting to take place, and so local resistance is building. If you would like to get involved with these campaigns, here is the information you need.
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London CAAT's Neil Devlin investigates pension fund investment in the arms trade by the London Borough of Islington - which is also home to the CAAT office.
A guest blog by Dr Anuradha Chenoy, former dean at the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and expert in security, development and gender studies.
CAAT's legal challenge over the supply of UK weapons for the war in Yemen will now proceed to the High Court.
This March marks six years since Saudi-led forces launched their first attacks on Yemen. Six years of conflict has caused devastation in Yemen. This is six years that shames the UK.
Prosperous partners-in-crime: as Government, Industry and Academia toil away to translate UK national security needs into exporting opportunities, do you feel more safe? London CAAT's Nico Edwards argues not in her second blog post of our Security & Policing Arms Fair series.