|5-20 April 2014||
Disarm Edinburgh Science Festival
Drones manafacturer Selex sponsors the festival and its primary school outreach programme in order to 'inspire the potential future workforce.' Is this the future children would choose?
Email caatedinburgh(at)live·com to find out how to get involved in action during the festival.
|24 April 2014||
Challenge Vince Cable's support for the arms trade
Join the Twickenham, Richmond and Kingston Network against the Arms Trade (TRAKNAT) for a protest outside The Turk’s Head pub in St Margarets, Twickenham on Thursday 24 April, where Vince Cable MP will be holding a dinner with other Liberal Democrats. Assemble for the demonstration at 6.30pm. The dinner starts at 7.00pm. All welcome, just turn up.
|7 May 2014||
Arms company BAE Systems' AGM
Last year, the Chairman was overheard to comment "That was much worse than usual" after CAAT took over the meeting with challenging questions and cheeky disruptions. Get in touch if you'd like a proxy share to come and keep up the pressure this year!
For more information, find the event on facebook.
Email events(at)caat·org·uk to find out more about taking part.
|24 May 2014||
11.00-17.30 CAAT's London Office - Unit 4, 5-7 Wells Terrace, London, N4 3JU.
The government spends thirty times more on weapons research than tackling climate change. Investing in renewable energy could provide more and better engineering jobs in a sector that supports people's well-being, not death and destruction. But the UK government continue to waste public money on the arms trade. It's time for this to change.
Join us to find out more about CAAT's latest “Arms to renewables” research, and help us spread the message that it's time to shift priorities!
Come to the speakers' training day to:
Please book your place by contacting training(at)caat·org·uk
|14 June 2014||
Direct Action training
Join Stop the Arms Fair London for a day of skill sharing and planning for effective and safe ways to take action. A great way to meet new people and discover some tricks of the trade!
More information coming soon.
|14-20 July 2014||
The Farnborough Airshow is an arms fair. Watch out for action plans during the week as we challenge our government's attempts to arm conflict and repression.
|31 July - 4 August 2014||
Peace News Summer Camp
Peakhill Farm, Theberton, Suffolk IP16 4TG
Peace News Summer Camp, now in its sixth year, helps build a radical movement for the future by creating an inclusive, participatory community today.
In 2014, we’re bringing peace and justice activists from across Europe to help us mark the centenary of the First World War – and to declare peace on the 100th anniversary of the day that Britain declared war on Germany. We will also have workshops and discussions, practical skills sessions, delicious vegan food cooked by Veggies, films, fun and DIY entertainment, a bar, a campfire, and activities and facilities for children and families.
|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.
|6 September 2014||
Manchester Campaign Day
Bringing campaigners in the North West together to challenge the arms trade on our doorstep.
More information nearer the time!
|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.
|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.
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.