Amnesty International is calling for a comprehensive clean-up of the Niger Delta, and effective remedies for those affected.
Stop corporate abuse in the Niger Delta
Corporations frequently exploit the weak regulatory systems in many poor countries, making people living in poverty some of the most vulnerable to corporate human rights abuses.
People living in the oil-producing areas of Nigeria’s Niger Delta have seen their human rights undermined by an industry that their government cannot or will not hold to account. Oil pollution has damaged traditional livelihoods such as fishing and agriculture, put people’s health at risk and undermined access to safe food and clean water. Many victims have not had access to justice or redress.
CORPORATIONS, HUMAN RIGHTS AND POVERTY
The Nigerian government has failed to hold the oil industry to account for widespread pollution in the Niger Delta. Pollution threatens people's health, contaminates food and drinking water, and damages livelihoods, pushing people deeper into poverty.
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