It’s easy to lose hope when facing down such huge monsters as the global arms trade. But the AIDEX story shows that popular protest and people power can, and does, work.
On Sunday 12th June, the "Get Ready for the Arms Fair" planning event took place. Campaigner and blogger Kirsten Bayes took part and had this to say about it... I spent the day with some of the most amazing people I have ever met (present company excepted, of course). They were gathered together to work
Ian Pocock writes about London CAAT's demonstration at the International Fine Art & Antiques Fair. Our fantastic banner brought us lots of attention London CAAT members maintained the pressure on Clarion Events with a demonstration outside the International Fine Art & Antiques
Modgala, a Buddhist nun working with the Amida Trust, speaks to Kat Hobbs of CAAT about taking action at the DSEI arms fair in 2001 and what action she will take at DSEI 2011. Why take action? Modgala at a festival “I'm in favour
Spirit of Summer fair - Blood bath A report on London Campaign Against Arms Trade action at the DSEI owner's Spirit of Summer Fair. London Campaign Against Arms Trade (London CAAT) members brought their own blood bath to the Spirit of Summer Fair to protest
CAAT petitioners in Downing Street, 9 March 2011 Rhiannon Rees wrtes of her experiences as a member of a CAAT delegation presenting an anti-arms trade petition at the office of the Prime Minister. On Wednesday, 9 March, I went with Anne-Marie, Henry and Sarah from the
Abi Haque on CAAT's first-ever alternative careers event. Our excitement about holding the first ever Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) alternative careers event was well rewarded. The event at the University of York on the evening of 10 February saw a fantastic turn-out of over 60 students. In fact, the room was
A report of London CAAT’s protest at the Clarion-owned Travel Show. Members of London Campaign Against Arms Trade (London CAAT) descended on the Destinations: Holiday and Travel Show in Earls Court on Saturday, 5 February, to protest about the organiser’s involvement in