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14 Sep 2020

Reports say oil companies must take steps to respect the rights of communities at risk due to Uganda-Tanzania oil's pipeline

"Companies must take action to respect the rights of communities at risk in East Africa’s oil frontier"

Two new community-based human rights impact assessments highlight serious, ongoing challenges and future risks linked to these projects. While independent research pieces, both reports offer community-driven recommendations urging oil companies and governments, who are on the verge of making their final investment decision, to take urgent measures to avoid a human and environmental disaster.

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