26/10/2020

ENAAT’s Infographics: “Who gets most of EU funding for military research and development?”

4 countries get 53.5% of the grants allocated so far: France, Italy, Spain and Germany, which are also the main EU arms exporters.  Thales gets 15 grants, and 7 companies of the top 10 were members of the Group of Personalities that advised the European Commission to create this funding, in 2016. Considering the poor implementation of the EU Common position...


17/04/2020

Infographics GDAMS 2020: “Healthcare not warfare”

Infographic prepared by the Centre Delàs d'Estudis per la Pau and the Global Campaign on Military Spending (GCOMS) as part of the Global Action Days on Military Spending 2020. For further information about the Global Days of Action on Military Spending (GDAMS) go to www.demilitarize.org.


16/03/2020

Infographics “A decade of militarization and armamentism in the Mediterranean. How countries of the Southern Mediterranean arms themselves and militarise in order to stop migratory flows”

To find out more, read the Working Paper “The Mediterranean, a decade of military policies. Arms and militarization of the Southern Mediterranean”, published by the Centre Delàs d'Estudis per la Pau, in collaboration with NOVACT and SUDS in the framework of the work carried out by the ODHE (Observatory of Human Rights and Business in the Mediterranean).


12/02/2020

Infographics “Top European arms exports to countries in situations of armed conflict and Human Rights violations”

Infographics made by Centre Delàs d'Estudis per la Pau, l'Escola de Cultura de Pau i l'Institut de Drets Humans de Catalunya based in the contents of the report "Arms trade, conflicts and human rights. Analysis of European arms exports to countries in armed conflict and human rights violations" published on February 2020.


28/11/2019

Infographics “Guarding the Fortress. Frontex role in the militarisation and securitisation of migratory flows in the European Union”

For further information read the full report "Guarding the Fortress. Frontex role in the militarisation and securitisation of migratory flows in the European Union" published by Delàs Center for Peace Studies, Transnational institute and Stop Wapenhandel


09/11/2018

Infographics “Bulding walls. Policies of fear and securitization in the European Union”

For more information, you can consult the report "Bulding walls. Policies of fear and securitization in the European Union" published by the Delàs Centre of Studies for Peace, the Transnational Institute (TNI) and Stop Wapenhandel. With the support of:


25/06/2018

Infographic “Expanding the Fortress. EU’s priority country partners for border and migration control

For more information, you can consult the report "Expanding the fortress. The policies, the profiteers and the people shaped by EU's border externalisation programme" published by the Transnational Institute (TNI), Stop Wapenhandel and the Delàs Center Studies for Peace, in May, 2018.


19/01/2018

Infographics ‘Typology of the Special Armament Programs (PEA)’ 1/2

For more information you can consult our report "The weapons bubble and the military industry in Spain. Special Armament Programs"  Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017 With the support of: Diputació de Barcelona


19/01/2018

Infographics ‘Typology of the Special Armament Programs (PEA)’ 2/2

For more information you can consult our report "The weapons bubble and the military industry in Spain. Special Armament Programs" Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017. With the support of: Diputació de Barcelona


19/01/2018

Infographics ‘The evolution of military spending in the Special Armament Programs (PEA)’

For more information you can consult our report: "The weapons bubble and the military industry in Spain. Special Armament Programs". Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017. With the support of: Diputació de Barcelona


30/06/2017

Infographics ‘Arms exports, conflicts and refugees’: Europe and Caucasus 1/6

For more information see report "European arms that foster armed conflicts. Conflicts that cause refugees to flee. An analysis of arms exports from the European Union to countries with refugees or internally displaced persons 2003-14" Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017


30/06/2017

Infographics: ‘Arms export, conflicts and refugees’: Asia 2/6

For more information see the report: European arms that foster armed conflicts. Conflicts that cause refugees to flee. An analysis of arms exports from the European Union to countries with refugees or internally displaced persons 2003-14, Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017


30/06/2017

Infographics: ‘Arms exports, conflicts and refugees’: Middle East and Central Asia 3/6

For more information see the report: "European arms that foster armed conflicts. Conflicts that cause refugees to flee. An analysis of arms exports from the European Union to countries with refugees or internally displaced persons 2003-14"  Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017.


30/06/2017

Infographics ‘Arms exports, conflicts and refugees’: East Africa 4/6

For more information see the report "European arms that foster armed conflicts. Conflicts that cause refugees to flee. An analysis of arms exports from the European Union to countries with refugees or internally displaced persons 2003-14" Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017.


30/06/2017

Infographics ‘Arms exports, conflicts and refugees’: Central Africa 5/6

For more information, see the report: "European arms that foster armed conflicts. Conflicts that cause refugees to flee. An analysis of arms exports from the European Union to countries with refugees or internally displaced persons 2003-14". Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017


30/06/2017

Infographics ‘Arms export, conflicts and refugees’: Mediterranean and North Africa 6/6

For more information, see the report: "European arms that foster armed conflicts. Conflicts that cause refugees to flee. An analysis of arms exports from the European Union to countries with refugees or internally displaced persons 2003-14", Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace, 2017.


26/04/2017

Infographics: World Military Expenditure 2016

Infographics created within the framework of GDAMS 2017 (Global Days Against Military Spending), an initiative of the Global Campaign on Military Spending (GCOMS), currently coordinated by the Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace. For further information: https://demilitarize.org/


28/03/2017

Infographics: Spanish arms exports 2015

New infographics: Spanish arms exports 2015. Spanish weapons used in Middle East conflicts For further information, you can read the Centre Delàs's last report "Spanish arms exports 2006-2015. Spanish weapons used in Middle East conflicts"


25/03/2017

Infographics BBVA: Funding arms compagnies 2011-2016

For more information, see the report "Banks investments in weapons, is an update of the financing of nuclear weapons, cluster munitions and major arms companies in the Spanish military industry from 2011 up to 2016", published by Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace. With the support of:


24/03/2017

Infographics Banco Santander: Funding arms companies 2011-2016

For more information, see the report "Banks investments in weapons, an update of the financing of nuclear weapons, cluster munitions and major arms companies in the Spanish military industry from 2011 up to 2016", published by Centre Delàs d'Estudis per la Pau. With the support of:


22/03/2017

Infographic Caixabank: Funding arms companies, 2011-2016

For further information, see the report "Banks investments in weapons, an update of the financing of nuclear weapons, cluster munitions and major arms companies in the Spanish military industry from 2011 up to 2016" published by Centre Delàs d'Estudis per la Pau, 2016. With the support of:


01/03/2017

Infographics Banc Sabadell: Funding arms companies 2011-2016

For more information, see the report "Banks investments in weapons, an update of the financing of nuclear weapons, cluster munitions and major arms companies in the Spanish military industry from 2011 up to 2016", published by Centre Delàs Study Centre for Peace. With the support of: