Military organisations - including arms companies and the Ministry of Defence - annually sponsor hundreds of projects at UK universities.
The Study War No More report examines military involvement at 26 UK universities in order to highlight the impact military funding has on university departments. The report provides information about the funding of UK universities by military organisations, both governmental and industrial. It also intends to support students concerned about the impact their institutions have on international peace and conflict; and to encourage debate regarding the democratic deficit within academic institutions and the ends and ethics of research and research funding.
Study War No More: Military Involvement in UK Universities is a joint project between Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FoR). The campaign website hosts full details of military involvement at 26 UK universities. You can download the Study War No More report, which exposes the ways in which the military sector is being pushed into UK universities, view in-depth data on each of the 26 universities researched or find out more information on researching and campaigning in this area.
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