The Guardian The son of the executed activist faces the oil giant in a human rights trial this week.
He seeks understanding rather than retribution
This week, a US court will hear a case that I and nine other plaintiffs filed against Royal Dutch Shell for its part in human rights violations committed against some Ogoni families and individuals in Nigeria in 1995. For some, the case is already being cast as a bookmark in the struggle for corporate accountability, but to me and the other nine plaintiffs it is all that and more. Continue reading Now at last it’s time for Shell to atone for my father’s death→
Africa Files African Chart er Article# 24: All peoples shall have the right to a general satisfactory environment favorable to their development.
Summary & Comment: The environmental crisis is a fundamental element of our lives across the globe today, and we cannot conceive of life in the next generation without at the same time engaging with and responding to that crisis. Just as important, however, is responsible Christian thinking and communication about the earth crisis that engages with Africa and with all the people of Africa. AB Continue reading Environmental communication: A South African perspective→