There are plenty of reasons to renew our call for a cut on military spending (based upon SIPRI data) and to get close to the human security approach that many would prefer to see. The aim of the GDAMS campaign that started on April 18th is to push governments to invest money in the sectors of health, education, employment and climate change rather than military. GDAMS has now more than 60 different actions in more than 17 countries, listed in the GDAMS events webpage.
Watch the inteview to Colin Archer in YouTube!:
Read recent articles from Joseph Gerson (speech at the Tax Day March in Cambridge, MA)