arms trade

  • December 4, 2007

    A report published today (Tuesday) has revealed that 26 top UK universities have received contracts for at least £725 million over six years in sponsorship by arms companies and public military bodies with over 1,900 projects funded in this way

  • November 6, 2007

    Following the controversial state visit of King Abdullah, peace campaigners are going to the Royal Courts of Justice at the end of the week to challenge an official decision to end an investigation into Saudi arms links.

  • October 26, 2007

    Gordon Brown is facing mounting criticism over next week's state visit to the UK by King Abdullah. Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) has repeated its call for the reopening of the Serious Fraud Office investigation.

  • October 26, 2007

    In a significant demonstration of growing opposition to Britain's involvment in the arms trade, Liverpool City Council has voted unanimously in favour of pulling its pension fund out of arms investments.

  • September 26, 2007

    A US Christian leader has asked a World Council of Churches peacemaking team visiting the United States for assistance to rid his country of the "scourge" of gun violence during the team's September 2007 visit.

  • June 5, 2007

    UCL Provost Malcolm Grant has been presented with a petition signed by over 1,000 staff and students at University College London (UCL) calling on him to sell UCL’s shares in an arms company.

  • June 5, 2007

    Campaigners have welcomed the news that leading academic publisher Reed Elsevier will no longer organise arms fairs.

  • May 9, 2007

    Every year the Campagine Against Arms Trade Christian Network holds a day of prayer to coincide with Stop the Arms Trade Week.

  • April 19, 2007

    Symon Hill urges Christians and others to recognize Britain’s arms sales as the moral and political equivalent of the slave trade, to work for their abolition and to pressurise BAE.

  • April 17, 2007

    Academics, medics and students will demonstrate outside the Annual General Meeting of Reed Elsevier in London today, urging the company to end its arms fairs.