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UNEP report: a vote against Shell

Ishaya Ibrahim, The Niche, Lagos

Stop playing games with Ogoni people, activists tell Shell

Ben Ezeamalu, Premium Times, Nigeria
Shell's 'polluted promises' in Nigeria means it's time for #ActionSaroWiwa

Shell’s ‘polluted promises’ in Nigeria means it’s time for #ActionSaroWiwa

This week sees the publication of our latest briefing Polluted Promises, How Shell failed to clean up in Ogoniland, based on research done on the ground in the Niger Delta in October 2013 by our campaigner Sarah Shoraka, with allies from the Delta. The new report and research was covered in the Daily Mail yesterday....
Polluted Promises: how Shell failed to clean up Ogoniland

Polluted Promises: how Shell failed to clean up Ogoniland

Download the report or browse online below. Shell is responsible for a toxic legacy in the Niger Delta. People are dying, sick, can’t feed themselves and have no clean water because Shell destroyed their environment by drilling for oil. UNEP researched the destruction, publishing a report in 2011. The report concluded that Shell had not...

‘Cleaned’ Nigerian sites still blighted by oil

Rob Davies, Daily Mail
20 year's since Ken Saro Wiwa's arrest - 20 years of Shell's inaction

20 year’s since Ken Saro Wiwa’s arrest – 20 years of Shell’s inaction

Twenty years ago today, Ken Saro-Wiwa was arrested for the final time. Eighteen months later he and eight others were dead; hanged by the Nigerian military government on trumped up charges, for campaigning against Shell’s destruction of their home. Today is also Shell’s London AGM – a chance to foreground the voices of those still...

Arts activism, London style

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio National programme Books and Arts Daily – Michael Cathcart interview with Jane Trowell, Platform, on ethics, arts and corporate sponsorship

Not cool

(on Tate’s reaction to Platform’s Freedom of Information request to see the minutes of the ethics committee for the meeting where the decision on renewing BP’s sponsorship was taken) Art Monthly news piece