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Arms Out! Film Tour

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We are excited to host an Arms Out! Film Tour screening evening at the PPU office. Arms Out! launched at the start of the year as a collaboration between Shadow World Investigations, Demilitarise Education, Forces Watch, Declassified UK and CAAT. Its aim is to bring films, speakers and workshops to areas around the UK to help boost knowledge of the arms trade and militarism, and to inspire action against it.

We'll be screening three fascinating short films and will have a discussion led by two amazing speakers.


How the military pollutes our planet and gets away with it - Double Down News interview with Andrew Feinstein addresses how the military is the world's biggest institutional polluter and why is no one talking about this.

Arms sales to dictators, displacement, and militarised borders - Film by London CAAT and Rainbow Collective. Sam Forrest-Sufrin of London CAAT discusses the role the UK played in Syrian Civil War; the involvement of Turkey using British-supplied weapons; the deadly effect of militarised borders in the region, and the impact of UK policy on refugees from the conflict.

Don’t buy a bomb - This documentary embarks on a gripping journey into the heart of one of the world's most devastating conflicts: the war in Yemen. Directed by Eva McQuade and released by Demilitarise Education (dED_UCATION) in partnership with Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), this groundbreaking documentary exposes the harsh realities of the war in Yemen, including the untold voices of civilians who have lost their lives amidst a flurry of international politics and arms sales.


Cindy Sasha is a Campaign Manager at Demilitarise Education, working with UK students to get their universities to end ties with global arms trade.

Kirsten Bayes is based at Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), a UK-based organisation working to end the international arms trade.

Due to space restrictions, please RSVP by clicking the 'Register Now' button. We'll operate a waitlist if registrations exceed capacity.

July 17th, 2024 from  6:30 PM to  8:30 PM
1 Peace Passage
Brecknock Road
London, N7 0BT
United Kingdom