Today CAAT was at the Court of Appeal, challenging the Government's decision to continue allowing arms sales to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen.
New SIPRI arms transfers data shows small overall increase in global trade, but huge increase in sales to the Middle East. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) yesterday releasedits latest data on the global
Photo by Ryan Ashcroft Last month CAAT and the CAAT Universities Network co-hosted a very important meeting at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. The murder of Jamal Khashoggi's has put the UK-Saudi relationship under more scrutiny than ever before. Unfortunately there has been more scrutiny of his murder
David Wearing discusses the links between Britain, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain Earlier this month author David Wearing spoke in London on Britain's military and economic support for Saudi Arabia, and the UK connection with the war in Yemen.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, principal architect of the war on Yemen which has devastated the country and caused what the UN has called a “humanitarian catastrophe”, has been invited to the UK. On 25th January, Lucie Kinchin from CAAT joined with representatives from other NGOs and human rights organisations to hand in an
January 9th marked three years since imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi was flogged by the Saudi Arabian state. CAAT joined English PEN, Reporters Without Borders and Amnesty International at a vigil outside the Saudi embassy. We demanded Raif’s immediate release and an end to arms sales to Saudi Arabia. [caption id="attachment_6745" align="alignnone"
Protesters at this year's DSEI arms fair blocked deliveries of weapons calling for an end to arms sales to Saudi What is happening in Yemen should be plastered across every UK newspaper, every day. Saudi forces are using UK-supplied weapons to destroy vital civilian infrastructure, including schools, hospitals, water supplies and
This September, thousands of people took part in two weeks of effective action against the DSEI arms fair, but we were acting for millions more across the UK. One thing we always have to remember is that public opinion is firmly on our side and that the overwhelming majority of people