SACC campaigns against Britain's terrorism laws, against torture and detention without trial, against laws that criminalise political and community activity, against the so-called war on terror. SACC stands up for human rights and civil liberties.


Resisting World War 1

A new website is being launched to tell the story of the people and social movements that resisted World War 1

What's Wrong with the Terrorism Acts?

SACC campaigns for the repeal of the UK's Terrorism Act 2000 and all subsequent anti-terrorism legislation. These laws undermine fundamental human rights and criminalise whole communities.
The Terrorism Acts - why they are wrong

Write to the Detainees

There are many detainees in Britain held without charge or trial in a type of house arrest .
Please write to them

Background & Comment

  • by CAMPACC
    Statement by CAMPACC for IHRC-CAMPACC conference, 'Preventing Violent Extremism?', 13 June 2015, London. How to build collective resistance which undermines the Prevent agenda? We need to understand better how it exerts pressures on administrators, staff and students to comply.
  • Theresa May at  Al Madina Mosque, east London
    The Spirit of Theresa May has been magically recreated in an apparently ordinary person of Scottish extraction "You are a front for Islamists" says expat Scot to SACC.
  • Statement by Collette Bell (partner of Sheku Bayoh), read out the press conference in Edinburgh on15 May. Sheku Bayoh died in police custody in Kirkcaldy on 3 May 2015.
  • Statement about Sheku Bayoh by his sister Kadiiartu Johnson. Sheku died in police custody in Kirkaldy on 3 May 2015
  • by Paul O'Hanlon
    Iraq, July/August 2003
    Today is 'three twenty' - the 12th anniversary of the (illegal) attack on Iraq by the US with Britain in tow
  • by Richard Haley
    Vigil for Charlie Hebdo staff, Lille
    Charlie Hebdo magazine promoted islamophobia. Journalists and others are now using the slogan "I am Charlie Hebdo." I was not Charlie Hebdo the day before its staff were murdered, and I am not Charlie Hebdo today. All those connected with the magazine have my sympathy for their human loss, but I cannot give my support or respect to their work.
  • by SACC
    The Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill is being fast-tracked through Parliament. It creates draconian new police and government powers that are certain to be abused.
  • by Bruce Kent
    Bruce Kent says that the British Government's continuing determination to deport an Algerian man known as "Y", and the continuing restrictions imposed on "Y", go against every principle of justice.