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Christian communities will take part in a Day of Prayer on 8 September, two days before the opening of one of the world's largest arms fairs at London's ExCel Centre.
Christian leaders representing 90 per cent of the world’s Christians have issued an appeal to governments negotiating the first global Arms Trade Treaty: Keep ammunition in the treaty.
A report by the Committees on Arms Export Controls says the UK must betteridentify the risk of arms transfers being used for repression or human rights violations.
On Sunday 3 June, Christian peace activists across the UK will participate in the 15th Annual Arms Trade Day of Prayer.
A new web application has been developed by Campaign Against Arms Trade which will enable easy public access to a wide range of information on UK arms export licences.
Scottish arms control campaigner David Grimason launched Amnesty Scotland's campaign for a bulletproof global Arms Trade Treaty on Monday (13 February)
Amnesty International says global arms suppliers must halt the transfer of small arms, ammunition and other equipment to the Egyptian military and security forces.
Anti-arms trade campaigners have launched a media blitz in East London to protest against the forthcoming arms fair at the ExCel Centre.
London Campaign Against Arms Trade and East London Against Arms Fairs members highlight the Baby Show's links with the arms trade
2011 sees the launch of Campaign Against Arms Trade's (CAAT) new campaign "This is not OK".
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