Stop arms trade to parties to the war in yemen
The war in Yemen is the world's worst humanitarian crisis.
As the war enters its fifth year, 22 million Yemenis are in urgent need of aid and protection.
The Australian government has provided $23 million in direct aid to Yemen.
The government has also provided tens of millions of dollars of direct subsidies to companies profiting from exports to parties leading the war in Yemen.
The government has approved multiple licences for exports of undisclosed military equipment to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.
We're calling for an end to military and strategic exports to parties to the war in Yemen.
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We've teamed up with Save the Children Australia and a national network of NGOs and activists to take concerted action on the Australian arms trade.
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