Resources

Introduction

Campaign materials

Campaign materials can be ordered from our London office by phone on 020 7281 0297 or by emailing office(at)caat·org·uk.

CAAT News

CAAT News is our quarterly magazine. Every edition is packed with news and analysis of the arms trade, reports about our campaigns, ideas for action and fundraising, plus an events diary and more. You can read it online, or subscribe and have it delivered to your door.

UK export licence browser

UK arms export licences

View and search information about exports of arms and other controlled goods approved by the UK government.

EU export licence browser

EU arms export licences

Browse date on arms licensed and exported by all EU countries broken down by source and destination country, year, and type of goods.

Country information

Information about countries of concern and arms export licences approved by the UK government over the last 10 years.

Arms companies

Information about some of the world's largest arms companies, including BAE Systems.

Map of UK showing arms companies

Company map

Browse our new company map in the UK to find the arms trade on your doorstep.

Responses to Freedom of Information requests

CAAT has made many Freedom of Information requests to find out information about the arms trade. You can browse a selection of the responses we received.

Information sources

Investigate arms exports with these useful sources of information.

Westminster & Whitehall

Information about Parliamentary and Government developments relevant to the arms trade including Government Departments and Ministers, Select Committees, inquiries and policy announcements.

Scottish independence

Information about the campaign on Scottish independence of relevance to the arms trade and military industry.

European Union

Information about European Union developments relevant to the arms trade and military industry.

Publications

Many of our publications are available online, as web pages or downloadable PDFs. They are divided into the following areas:

Jargon Buster

Sometimes the acronyms and special terms used when talking about the arms trade can be confusing, so we've provided this handy glossary.

Page updated 17 January 2014
 
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