|9 August 2014||
Wool against Weapons from AWE Aldermaston to AWE Burghfield
A day of creative and direct action outside the Atomic Weapons Factories in Berkshire. For two years people have been knitting sections of a seven mile long scarf to stretch between the two sites where the next generation of the UK's nuclear weapons system are being developed.
On 9 August 2014, the scarf will be unveiled - along the fence at AWE Burghfield, along pathways, up trees, past houses and passers by as far as AWE Aldermaston, where there is lots of other fun planned too.
|16 August 2014||
Nicholas Gilby discusses his book, Deception in High Places
1pm, Word Power Books, 43-45 West Nicolson Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9DB. Admission free.
"This book offers a devastating portrait of the UK government's complicity in arms deal corruption over many decades. This superbly researched must-read account allows the facts to speak for themselves." - Andrew Feinstein
|30 August - 5 September 2014||
No NATO in Newport!
Join the mass demonstration against the NATO summit, take part in the counter-conference or a week long programme of protest and discussion.
|7 September 2014||
CAAT Christian Network Day of Prayer
Join the CAAT Christian Network in prayer and action for an end to the arms trade. Email enquiries(at)caat·org·uk to order a pack.
|4-11 October 2014||
Week of Action against Drones
Challenge the growing use of "video game warfare" as unmanned drones make going to war even easier.
|11 October 2014||
Manchester Campaign Day
Bringing campaigners in the North West together to challenge the arms trade on our doorstep.
Contact events(at)caat·org·uk to let us know you'd like to come!
Peace Vigil In Luton
Weekly peace vigils every Saturday 2-3pm near the Luton War Memorial. For more information email Luton for Peace or call 07810 025818.
Anti-drones vigil outside General Atomics, London
Friday 4.30pm-6pm, 25 Old Broad Street near Bank station.
Medway CAAT Meeting
7.30pm at Friends Meeting House, Rochester on the last Monday of each month
In Spring 2011, UK weapons were used to suppress pro-democracy protests in the Middle East & North Africa. In September, the world's arms industry arrived in the UK for a huge fair continuing their trade, arming repressive regimes and countries at risk of conflict. Join us on the last Monday of each month to discuss implications of the arms trade and what can be done to prevent further damage.
Vigil and leafleting of the workers at the BAE Systems site in Warton (Lancashire)
First Monday of the month, between 5-6pm
This vigil has been happening for about ten years. All are welcome to join in. Please contact Jan Harper on janharper1(at)yahoo·co·uk or 0151 263 6578.
East London Against the Arms Fair meeting
After Musical Protests (See elaaf.org for dates)
All opposed to Arms Fairs welcome - help campaign against the return of the DSEI arms fair in East London. For more info contact elaaf(at)hotmail·co·uk or call 07513 792705.
CAAT London Group Meeting
Third Tuesday of the month at 6.30pm at the CAAT office, Unit 4, 5-7 Wells Terrace, Finsbury Park, N4 3JU. (30 seconds from the Wells Terrace exit of Finsbury Park tube station)
The London CAAT group meets monthly to discuss arms trade issues and plan campaigns. For more information about the group or to confirm details of the next meeting, please email londoncaat(at)riseup·net.
The events we can list on this page are generally limited to those related to the arms trade. However, the Network for Peace has an online diary which aims to carry information on all peace movement events and also lists some other social justice events.