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Platform Newsletter – April 2011

New Arctic report, events in London, Glasgow and Edinburgh & bad ACE news… Dear All, This newsletter is hot on the heels of the previous March issue – because there’s a lot going on this Spring! We’ve four events coming up in April that PLATFORM is co-organising, plus our report on BP and the Arctic...

Platform Newsletter – March 2011

RBS-sponsored Climate Week, oil and MENA, poetry clips, Fuel on the fire + more! Dear All,Climate Week and RBS This week, many different groups and schools around the country are taking part in Climate Week, an initiative that we’d be very supportive of were it not for the fact that it is being sponsored by...

Platform Newsletter – January 2011

PLATFORM newsletter #3 – January 2011   Dear All,Happy new year from everyone in the PLATFORM office! We have lots of exciting plans in the pipeline for 2011, including reports on oil exploration and the arctic, the problematic nature of “energy security”, updates on RBS’ fossil fuel finance, a news study of Shell’s corporate accountability...
Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter - January 2011

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter – January 2011

remember saro-wiwa NEWS ACTION AND EVENTS – JANUARY 2011 Dear RSW supporters, Happy (Old) New Year! Thanks for your support over the last 12 months. With your continued engagement, we look forward to making a bigger impact in 2011. NEWS: Shell Faces Grilling in The Hague Shell was called before the Dutch Parliament today toface questions from lawmakers and...

Platform Newsletter – December 2010

PLATFORM Newsletter – December 2010 Dear All, Seasons greetings from the PLATFORM office! In this newsletter, we have a couple of suggestions of things that we have recently produced that would make nice, political Christmas prezzies, details of a new report on offshore oil drilling, an account of the ‘privilege training’ that we undertook in...
Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter - November 2010

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter – November 2010

remember saro-wiwa UPDATES, PODCASTS & GLOBAL EVENTS Dear RSW supporters,15 years ago today, Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight others were executed by the Nigerian military government. Last year, Shell paid out $15.5 million to settle accusations that the company played a part in the killings. Yet for many Ogoni people who were shot, killed, raped or tortured –...

Platform Newsletter – November 2010

PLATFORM newsletter – November 2010 Dear All, This is part of a series of occasional newsletters to keep you up to date with PLATFORM projects, events and research and recruitment. Appeal: Help to kick oil out of the arts Throughout 2010, a series of creative, preformance-based interventions in cultural institutions by groups like Liberate Tate have...
Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter - August 2010

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter – August 2010

remember saro-wiwa UNEP REPORT: ANALYSIS & ACTION Dear RSW supporters, Following coverage in The Guardian today of UNEP’s outrageous decision to “exonerate” Shell over oil spills in Nigeria, we present analysis of this controversial issue. Read on and take action below. Global Outrage at UN Report The UNEP’s report is in direct conflict with local environmentalists and communities who have witnessed...
Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter - June 2010

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter – June 2010

remember saro-wiwa DEEPWATER HORIZON: COMMENT & ANALYSIS Dear RSW supporters, We present fresh analysis of what the BP disaster could mean for the Niger Delta. You can add your opinion here. Media enquiries: Ben Amunwa on +44207 357 0055, [email protected]   The $20 Billion Question On day 57, the US government forced BP to allocate $20 billion...
Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter - February 2010

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter – February 2010

  remember saro-wiwa EXCLUSIVE NEWS AND EVENTS FOR FEBRUARY-MARCH 2010. Dear RSW supporters,UK oil companies are planning to turn Africa’s ‘biodiversity hotspot’ into a wasteland. Find out more below, plus an exciting wave of film and photography events coming to you in March. Uganda: Another Niger Delta? Secret oil deals uncovered by PLATFORM will allow UK...

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter: December 2009

Today, a court in the Hague will consider for the first time whether Royal Dutch Shell can be held liable for destroying the livelihoods of four villagers in the Niger Delta. View original. Among the plaintiffs is Chief Barizaa, an Ogoni elder, who spoke of how oil spills from a Shell pipeline devastated his land in 2005...

Remember Saro-Wiwa Newsletter: October 2009

This November, we bring you a full selection of music, poetry, art and debate in London and Bristol. Please join us to celebrate the life of artist-activist Ken Saro-Wiwa and to mark 14 years since 10th November 1995, as the struggle for justice in the Niger Delta continues. View original. Upcoming Events NNEKA Live + support act...
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