Category Archives: Demand Dignity

Shell’s Niger Delta pollution: the good, the bad and the ongoing quest for justice

By Audrey Gaughran, Amnesty International’s Africa Programme Director This week’s ruling by a Dutch court in a case brought by four Nigerian farmers against the oil company Shell for pollution damage represents a small victory – but also underlines the … Continue reading

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50,000 activists say “NO” to discrimination against Romani people in Italy

By Fernando Chironda from Amnesty International Italy This year, Amnesty International’s campaign for Romani people’s human rights in Italy started out stronger than ever. Last month, we delivered almost 50,000 signatures from all over the world to the Italian Prime … Continue reading

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Thousands tell Shell: Own up. Pay up. Clean up.

Joe Westby, Demand Dignity Corporate Campaigner, Amnesty International The slideshow requires JavaScript and the Flash Player. Get Flash here.

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