On 31 January, CAAT returned to the Royal Courts of Justice to once again challenge the UK government over its arms sales to Saudi Arabia for use in the war in Yemen. We believe these sales to be illegal as well as immoral. The case is CAAT’s second Judicial Review against
Eight years ago, on 26 March 2015, the Saudi Arabia-led military coalition launched the aerial campaign “Decisive Storm”, escalating the conflict in Yemen and, with it, the suffering of the civilian population. With the upcoming anniversary of the bombardment campaign, 32 organizations are renewing their call to hold European state actors and European arms companies
2 March 2023 RE: F1’s Human Rights Clauses and Sportswashing Ahead of Bahrain Grand Prix Dear Stefano Domenicali, We are writing to you in your capacity as the CEO of Formula 1 (F1) ahead of the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix on 3 March 2023 to raise our serious concerns over F1’s ongoing role
The UK has supplied arms to Ukraine to the value of £2.3 billion since the Russian invasion on 24th February 2022, and has pledged a further £2.3 billion for 2023. This post lists the arms supplied by the UK, as well as figures for the value of arms from other countries.
The one year anniversary since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine marks a year of suffering by the people of Ukraine under the actions of Putin’s regime. We deplore and condemn the escalation and length of the war. CAAT supports efforts for a just peace rather than endless war and endless arms supplies.
CAAT's second Judicial Review case against the government over arms sales to Saudi Arabia begins on Tuesday 31st January.
CAAT has released a report analysing UK arms exports in 2021. The majority of UK arms exports go to human rights abusers.
As we approach the end of the year, everyone at CAAT would like to extend our thanks to each of our supporters, local groups, funders and partners. We have all achieved so much this year and we could not do it without you, so here is a celebration of our highlights from 2022: