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Nigeria: petition to African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights
In March 1996, CESR and SERAC jointly submitted a legal communication to the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights.
Oil Spills You Never Heard Of
Are we only outraged about an oil spill that we can see? (June 2010)
Wiwa v Shell settlement just one small step toward ending corporate impunity
Shell's pay-out in the Ogoni case has been rightly hailed as a victory, but leaves impunity for rights violations unresolved (June 2009).
Ogoni 9 trial against Shell to begin April 27 in New York
The case related to killing of the 'Ogoni 9' and other serious human rights abuses committed in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria in 1995 will begin in April after years of litigation.
Chevron wants $500,000 from Nigerian villagers who sought justice in human rights case
Lawyers for the villagers had sought to hold the oil giant responsible for the 1998 shooting and mistreatment of protesters by Nigerian soldiers at an oil rig.
Chevron wants $500,000 from Nigerian villagers who sought justice
Lawyers for the villagers sought to hold oil giant responsible for 1998 shooting and mistreatment of protesters (February 2009).