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7 November 2013
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Author: AFP

Amnesty International accuse le pétrolier Shell de nier ses responsabilités dans les fuites de pétrole au Nigeria, rejetant la faute sur les gangs criminels, dans un rapport publié jeudi. Le géant pétrolier anglo-néerlandais, a lui, rejeté l’accusation...

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7 November 2013

Shell’s declarations over Nigerian oil spills caused by sabotage are untrue, says Amnesty Intl.; company denies allegations

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1 November 2013

[PDF] Briefing note - Africa Oil Week 2013: Oil & gas industry must improve its respect for human rights

Author: Aliou Diouf, Joseph Kibugu, Nokukhanya Mncwabe, Julia Mello Neiva, Gregory Regaignon - Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

The oil & gas industry has a vital role to play in Africa’s development. But too often exploration and extraction are linked to human rights abuses against local residents, oil & gas revenues prop up repressive governments, and the promise of...

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20 June 2013

[PDF] Quarterly Bulletin on Business & Children - Issue 5

Author: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Welcome to the fifth issue of the Quarterly Bulletin on Business & Children, produced by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. The purpose of this e-bulletin is to help keep everyone working in this field informed about recent key...

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30 May 2013

Niger Delta pollution: Fishermen at risk amidst the oil [includes video]

Author: Will Ross, BBC

An oil spill from June 2012 has left the ground covered in a dark sludge and the trees are all blackened by fire. Environmentalists believe local contractors often pay youths to set fire to the area where the spill has occurred. This can reduce the...

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26 May 2013

Niger-Delta after Oil: How to avert the Oloibiri metaphor [Nigeria]

Author: Ziakede Aginighan, in Vanguard (Nigeria)

...Paradoxically, the [Niger-Delta] territory that was identified as difficult to develop has borne the burden of Nigeria’s oil and gas production for the past 5 decades. With an oil sector that provides over 80% of Nigeria’s Government revenue and 95...

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1 May 2013
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Author: Ресурсный центр по вопросам бизнеса и прав человека

Данный брифинг представляет отчеты из различных источников о том, как предприятия в Восточной Европе и Центральной Азии влияли на права человека, позитивно или негативно, в течение последних четырех лет. Брифинг касается Азербайджана, Албании, Армении,...

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1 May 2013
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9 April 2013

[PDF] Business & human rights in Eastern Europe & Central Asia – A round-up of recent developments

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This briefing highlights reports from a range of sources about how businesses have impacted human rights, positively and negatively, in Eastern Europe & Central Asia over the past four years. The briefing refers to Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan,...

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4 April 2013

Agip accused of negligence over pipeline leaks [Nigeria]

Author: Sweetcrude [Nigeria/UK]

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Agip (part of Eni) to respond. Eni's response is provided below]. The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth...has accused Nigerian Agip Oil Company, NAOC, of negligence in its operations...

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