Local and national organisations are uniting to show their opposition to Armed Forces Day, due to be held in Falmouth on 24th June. Groups involved include Campaign Against Arms Trade, the Peace Pledge Union, ForcesWatch, Demilitarise Education, Cornwall Resists and local and national Quaker organisations. All groups say that we should be giving
Discover the impact of UK chemical sales to Syria in the run up to the war, and what happened to those fleeing the conflict when they reached the borders of neighbouring countries.
Rebecca Tully from Three Counties CAAT shares the latest news about the Malvern Arms Fair (3CDSE). *** Stop press: the arms fair has now left the Three Counties, and is heading for Telford! ***
On 6 June 2023, the High Court delivered its verdict following a judicial review brought by Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) challenging the Government’s decision to renew arms sales to Saudi Arabia. The Court dismissed the grounds for challenge brought by CAAT, finding that the then Secretary of State for International Trade was
New data for UK arms export licences show a record total value of £8.5 billion in SIEL licences, with the majority going to authoritarian regimes.
Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) is seeking an experienced facilitator (or facilitation team) to join us in developing foundational documents to support our long-term strategic planning, including reviewing/developing our Vision, Mission Statement, and Values, and our Theory of Change.
Sunday 26th March marks eight years since the Saudi-led Coalition’s bombardment of Yemen began, when it launched the aerial campaign “Decisive Storm”. Campaign Against Arms Trade awaits a judgement from the High Court in its second Judicial Review, which took place on 31 January 2023, challenging the UK government’s decision to renew arms
London CAAT pays a cheeky visit to Westminster Tube Station