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USA: Human rights concerns regarding Dakota Access Pipeline

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8 July 2020

USA: Court rules Dakota Access Pipeline must be emptied, citing need for environmental impact analysis

Author: Laurel Wamsley, NPR

"Court Rules Dakota Access Pipeline Must Be Emptied For Now," 6 Jul 2020...

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6 July 2020

Dakota Access Pipeline to shut down pending review, federal judge rules

Author: Jacey Fortin & Lisa Friedman, The New York Times

The Dakota Access Pipeline, an oil route from North Dakota to Illinois that has inspired intense protests and legal battles, must shut down pending an environmental review and be emptied of oil by Aug. 5, a district court ruled... The decision, which...

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25 May 2020

USA: Indigenous women file OECD Specific Instance against Credit Suisse for rights violations regarding pipeline financing; Credit Suisse responds

On January 30, 2020, Divest Invest Protect, Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN) International, and Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) Program at the University of Arizona filed an OECD Guidelines complaint with the US National...

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9 April 2020

Standing Rock Indigenous water protector sues North Dakota police for abuse of civil rights

Author: Civil Liberties Defense Center

LDC attorneys representing Comanche Water Protector and videographer Eric Poemoceah filed a federal civil rights lawsuit in the North Dakota federal court against defendants Morton County, North Dakota; Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier; (then) Sheriff Paul...

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30 March 2020
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Author: Corine Lesnes, Le Monde (France)

« Etats-Unis : les Sioux obtiennent une victoire inattendue face à l’oléoduc Dakota Access », 27 mars 2020...

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26 March 2020

USA: Federal court grants request by Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to strike down permits for Dakota Access Pipeline

Author: Earthjustice

"Standing Rock Sioux tribe prevails as federal judge strikes down DAPL permits," 25 March 2020...

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17 December 2019

Report to UPR working group says US govt. failed to uphold its obligations under the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples at Standing Rock

Author: University of Arizona Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program & Water Protector Legal Collective

"Stakeholder Report to the UN Human Rights Council, Universal Periodic Review Working Group", October 2019...

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15 February 2019

USA: Court dismisses Energy Transfer lawsuit against environmental NGOs & activists over accusations of racketeering & defamation to block Dakota Access Pipeline

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5 November 2018

Commentary: Companies' attempts to silence human rights advocates & attack free speech - Energy Transfer Partners' lawsuit against Greenpeace

Author: Molly Dorozenski, Greenpeace

"7 Things You Need to Know About ETP’s Lawsuit Against Greenpeace", 7 Dec 2017...

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25 October 2018

Commentary: Fossil fuel cos. push for tougher anti-protest laws to silence environmental activists opposing oil pipeline projects

Author: Mark Hand, ThinkProgress

"With politicians on its side, pipeline company ratchets up intimidation campaign", 22 Oct 2018...

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