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Positioning of FundiPau in front of the political scenario in Catalonia

FundiPau strongly rejects the arrests of public seniors and members of Parliment for political reasons

Control Arms demands the end of secrecy and lack of control in the export of Spanish weapons

Last year, the Port of Bilbao has been the scene of the shipment of over 300 containers with explosives to Saudi Arabia despite the risk of them being used to commit war crimes in Yemen

Seminar ‘Is another security policy possible?’

27th June 2017 in Barcelona

The Spanish Control Arms campaign demands the cessation of Spanish arms sales to Saudi Arabia and Iraq

The sale of five Navantia corvettes to Saudi Arabia is illegal, says the Spanish Control Arms coalition

As King Felipe VI prepares to travel to Saudi Arabia this weekend

Spanish arms exported in the first half of 2015 could be used for atrocities

NGOs oppose the export by Navantia to Saudi Arabia of five corvettes as it breaches International law

NGOs call on the Government to investigate whether Spanish arms have been used to kill civilians in the conflict in Yemen

They demand exports to all parties in the conflict are suspended Spanish arms transfers during the first semester of 2014 Report in Spanish ‘Secretos que matan’ Press Release in pdf The data on arms licenses and exports published in March this year by the Spanish government do not allow to know whether the Saudi-led coalition […]

‘The right to decide and Catalonia’

FundiPau positioning

Costa Rica and Mexico win the World Cup for Disarmament 2014

The two countries lead FundiPau’s classification of the countries participants in the World Cup 2014 most committed to disarmament and arms control

Welcome to the real world

An impressive portrait about the internals of Eurosatory 2012 arms fair

Spanish arms sales authorizations exceed 8,000 million Euros in 2012

“The economic crisis is not affecting Spanish arms exports”