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CSOs, oil host communities, and concerned citizens have petitioned the President of Uganda to stop oil drilling in the Murchison Falls National Park. CSOs, oil host communities, and concerned citizens have petitioned the President of Uganda to stop oil drilling in the Murchison Falls National Park.
CSOs, oil host communities, and concerned citizens have petitioned the President of Uganda to stop oil drilling in the Murchison Falls National Park.
Well connected: The resistance against the fossil industry in East Africa. Well connected: The resistance against the fossil industry in East Africa.
Well connected: The resistance against the fossil industry in East Africa.
Enemies of the State: Resistance to the EACOP becomes a deadly task Enemies of the State: Resistance to the EACOP becomes a deadly task
Enemies of the State: Resistance to the EACOP becomes a deadly task
Sexual violence as a tool to grab land: a local woman accuses industrial agriculture investor Agilis Partners Limited of sexual violence. Sexual violence as a tool to grab land: a local woman accuses industrial agriculture investor Agilis Partners Limited of sexual violence.
Sexual violence as a tool to grab land: a local woman accuses industrial agriculture investor Agilis Partners Limited of sexual violence.
Over 30 CSOs petition US over firm accused of evicting Kiryandongo locals Over 30 CSOs petition US over firm accused of evicting Kiryandongo locals
Over 30 CSOs petition US over firm accused of evicting Kiryandongo locals
The carbon shop: planting new problems The carbon shop: planting new problems
The carbon shop: planting new problems
A new destructive business: Carbon credits from tree plantations A new destructive business: Carbon credits from tree plantations
A new destructive business: Carbon credits from tree plantations
Thirty-six (36) groups from all over the world have written to industrial agriculture investors, Agilis Partners Limited to stop human rights violations/abuses against thousands of indigenous/local communities, settle grievances, and return the grabbed land. Thirty-six (36) groups from all over the world have written to industrial agriculture investors, Agilis Partners Limited to stop human rights violations/abuses against thousands of indigenous/local communities, settle grievances, and return the grabbed land.
Thirty-six (36) groups from all over the world have written to industrial agriculture investors, Agilis Partners Limited to stop human rights violations/abuses against thousands of indigenous/local communities, settle grievances, and return the grabbed land.
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MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK4 days ago

CSOs, oil host communities, and concerned citizens have petitioned the President of Uganda to stop oil drilling in the Murchison Falls National Park.

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK1 week ago

Well connected: The resistance against the fossil industry in East Africa.

THE WITNESS1 week ago

Enemies of the State: Resistance to the EACOP becomes a deadly task

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK1 week ago

Sexual violence as a tool to grab land: a local woman accuses industrial agriculture investor Agilis Partners Limited of sexual violence.

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK1 week ago

Over 30 CSOs petition US over firm accused of evicting Kiryandongo locals

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK2 weeks ago

The carbon shop: planting new problems

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK2 weeks ago

A new destructive business: Carbon credits from tree plantations

STATEMENTS2 weeks ago

Thirty-six (36) groups from all over the world have written to industrial agriculture investors, Agilis Partners Limited to stop human rights violations/abuses against thousands of indigenous/local communities, settle grievances, and return the grabbed land.

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK3 weeks ago

Uganda: StopEACOP Campaign Condemns Standard Bank’s Decision to Fund EACOP

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK3 weeks ago

Pushing Back: World Bank project affected community petitions President Museveni over looming evictions by NEMA.

MEDIA FOR CHANGE NETWORK4 weeks ago

Breaking Alert: Barely a year after signing the remedy agreement, World Bank Project-Affected Persons (PAPs) receive fresh land eviction threats

DEFENDING LAND AND ENVIRONMENTAL RIGHTS1 month ago

Breaking: A missing community environmental defender was found dumped by the roadside.

NGO WORK1 month ago

Statement- Uganda: Seven Environmental activists brutally arrested, charged and released on police bail for protesting against the East African Crude Oil Pipeline Project

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