Campaign Against Arms Trade
Campaign Against Arms Trade

Founding Year: 1974

Staff: 13

Budget: £437,712

Jon Robert Nott (Director)

An organisation working to end the international arms trade. It “considers that security needs to be seen in much broader terms that are not dominated by military and arms company interests.” Furthermore, they address that a “wider security policy would have the opportunity to reallocate resources according to actual threats and benefits, including addressing major causes of insecurity such as inequality and climate change.”

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Campaign Against Arms Trade contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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