The community of Ngwedo Sub-county affected by the Tilenga Project accused Total and Atacama Consulting for avoiding responsibility in the ongoing process of the Tilenga Project

Ngwedo sub-county is located in Buliisa district, Bunyoro sub-region with mainly Bagungu, Banyoro and other tribes such as Alur. It’s a remote, underdeveloped location with poor internet connectivity, local communities affected by oil, gas and mining projects do not have access to such information and generally lack understanding of the […]

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Taking total to court: Civil Society activists to present Solid evidence as Total has denied that she is not involved in human rights violation and lack of vigilance

Total and Atacama Consulting have committed widespread systematic human rights abuses against local communities. Well documented allegations of violent and systematic abuses include rape, torture, forced labor, land confiscation, and forced relocation as well as environmental harms. Many of these abuses and others are still ongoing and are documented by […]

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Hoima: Environmental Activist received death threats from the Hoima Resident District Commissioner (RDC).

On August 15, Batwaimasa Janepher, an Environmental Human Rights Defender working with the Navigators of Development Organisation (NAVODA) in the Albertine region was directly attacked by the Resident District Commissioner (RDC) Mr.Samuel Kisembo Araali.In one of the meeting held at the Hoima district headquarters, Mr.Samuel Kisembo stated that Janepher Batwaimasa […]

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See you in court Total! 👋

Friends of the Earth France and Uganda, together with 4 other organisations, have launched legal action to stop a landgrab and polluting oil project in Murchison Falls natural park, Uganda. “The situation on the ground is dramatic, with thousands of people already deprived of access to their livelihoods… It’s very […]

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report on activities of security operatives and local politicians in Pakwach district

This research in Pakwach district was conducted between February and May 2019, the research reveals the practical and human rights consequences that local government and security forces had carried out arbitrary arrests and detentions, used physical violence, and seized or destroyed the property of fishermen communities. Fishermen told the Albertine […]

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