BAE Systems: Further Information/Resources

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BAE SYSTEMS

 

A Corporate Profile

By Corporate Watch UK

Completed June 2002


 

Further Information & Resources

 


 

 

 

Arms Trade - A major cause of suffering www.globalissues.org/Geopolitics/ArmsTrade.asp

A web-based information resource concerning the impacts of the arms trade.


BAE SYSTEMS website www.baesystems.com

Read the corporate-speak and weep. They are 'making the world a safer place'!


Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT) www.caat.org.uk

This group provide an invaluable source of information concerning the British arms trade. CAAT produce an annual Alternative Report on BAE. The 2002 report can be viewed at:

www.caat.org.uk/companies/BAES2002.pdf


Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) www.cnduk.org/aboutus.htm

CND campaigns non-violently to rid the world of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction and to create genuine security for future generations.


Indiana Peace Action Network (IPAN) www.ipan.net

IPAN is a grass roots organisation committed to nuclear disarmament, stopping arms sales to dictators, ending the economic sanctions against the people of Iraq and cutting the bloated military budget in order to fund community needs.


Mother Jones www.motherjones.com/arms

A magazine of investigation and ideas for independent thinkers. It is also accessible online, and carries a good section on Arms.


Nonviolence.Org www.nonviolence.org

A source for up-to-minute news and commentary on peace and non-violence.


Oxford Research Group www.oxfrg.demon.co.uk/1programmes-armstradereport.htm

This group has produced a report entitled "Government Subsidies of Arms Exports".


Voices in the Wilderness www.vitw.org

A campaign to end the economic sanctions against the people of Iraq.


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