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Victory for the Indigenous Movement

12 October 2019

In the ten days between 3-13 October, Ecuador's biggest popular uprising since 2005 -- marking the resurgence of the country's indigenous movement after 10 years of disempowerment -- was met with brutal repression from police and military, including attacks on hospitals and universities. The death toll reached at least nine, with more than 1,300 injured and more than 1,100 detained. Included here are three of the hundreds of civil society interventions that were made during those eventful ten days.

Ruling places BP in breach of its loan agreements, say campaigners

9 March 2011

A BP-led consortium is breaking international rules governing the human rights responsibilities of multinational companies in its operations on the controversial Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline, the UK Government ruled today.

over Sakhalin II oil-and-gas project
WWF-UK and The Corner House

15 August 2007

On 15 August 2007, WWF and The Corner House filed for a judicial review of a legally-binding, but until recently undisclosed, decision in March 2004 by the UK Government's Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD) to support the Sakhalin II oil-and-gas project off the far eastern coast of Russia.