London Campaign Against Arms Trade


What is London CAAT?

London, our home, is the global hub of the arms trade and London CAAT was established in late 2006 to peacefully protest against the local elements of this trade in death.

The members agreed that it was important to raise the awareness of Londoners that the arms trade is widespread throughout our city. London CAAT is an active group and we carry out many actions in the city, for example walking tours of the arms companies situated in London and protests outside events related to the arms trade.

We are a friendly group of determined people, some getting involved for the first time, who are committed to making a difference in our hometown. We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 6.30pm in the CAAT office (Unit 4, 5-7 Wells Terrace, Finsbury Park N4 3JU) and we welcome any new members.

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Latest news

London CAAT December e-bulletin - Abseiling Quakers, miffed Daleks and arms factory break-ins!


Hello London CAAT supporterHow we challenged the arms trade in 2017 While we still plot our pop up about arms sales to Saudi Arabia (come along to our next meeting to get involved with that – see below), we thought it would be a good time to look back over a fantastic year of anti-arms trade campaigning. We continued our campaign about the London Transport Museum taking sponsorship money from the world’s 11th largest arms company Thales, with a demo outside the museum and social media pressure on the museum. We also ended up on TV when the BBC comedy show Revolting featured . . . . read more >