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Event: Fighting the Oil Giant, at The Phoenix Artists Club

Event: Fighting the Oil Giant, at The Phoenix Artists Club

Below is a message from Lifelines who are organising a great event in memory of Ken Saro-Wiwa. “Dear Friends, We have a remarkable line up for Lifelines’ next gig, Fighting The Oil Giant, to be held at The Phoenix Artists Club , off Charing X Rd on Wednesday 30th November at 7.30pm. John Haynes is the winner of the Costa Award […]

Protest Exposes Shell’s Grim Record on Human Rights

Protest Exposes Shell’s Grim Record on Human Rights

Last night Shell came face to face with its grim record on human rights in Nigeria at a corporate event for London’s bright young entrepreneurs. Protesters in haunting costumes from London Rising Tide stormed the Shell Live Wire event, unfurling a large banner and distributing leaflets to event attendees. Watch the video by you and i films here: The protest coincides with […]

Event: “Violence on Trial”

Violence on Trial Thursday, April 28 · 6:00pm – 11:30pm Resistance Gallery, 265 Poyser Street, London E2 9RF Alongside a host of exciting speakers, PLATFORM will be presenting on oil, insurgency and “corporate violence” in Nigeria and beyond. Using the crisis between the Ogoni and Shell as a starting point, PLATFORM will be discussing the […]

The Black Gold Injustice: A Permanent Condition

The Black Gold Injustice: A Permanent Condition

The Black Gold Injustice: A Permanent Condition? *Race * Poverty * Environment * Justice * Action* Join a new series of events to explore how our daily lives connect to climate change in Africa, the Caribbean and beyond A global economy based on fossil fuels will lead to more natural disasters, resource wars and scorched frontiers […]

Shaping the Future: global art residency launched by families of Ken Saro-Wiwa and Stephen Lawrence

Shaping the Future: global art residency launched by families of Ken Saro-Wiwa and Stephen Lawrence

‘Shaping the Future’: a PLATFORM residency programme of art, activism and education launched with a fiery spectacle at 5pm on Tuesday 10th November at the Stephen Lawrence Centre in Lewisham, London. ‘Shaping the Future’ is led by the arts and ecology group PLATFORM, and speakers at the launch included the Mayor of Greenwich, Doreen Lawrence, […]

NNEKA triumphs at MOBO awards

NNEKA triumphs at MOBO awards

Can you feel My heart is beating? Many times she sang those words, wrapping up the pain and endurance of Niger Deltans, for years she shook the wall of indifference around her, and finally, we were moved. On 1st October, NNEKA was awarded this years’ MOBO (Music of Black Origin) prize for best African Artist. […]

‘The Fattened Rump of Human Disregard’: Zena Edwards on Shell, Nigeria & Ken Saro-Wiwa

‘The Fattened Rump of Human Disregard’: Zena Edwards on Shell, Nigeria & Ken Saro-Wiwa

remember saro-wiwa commissioned leading performance poet Zena Edwards to write and perform a new work, reflecting upon the role of oil companies in the deteriorating human rights situation in the Niger Delta. We have reproduced her poem and a photo by renowned photographer Ed Kashi, which inspired the commission, and included a video of Zena […]

NNEKA, sensational Niger Delta singer in London

NNEKA, sensational Niger Delta singer in London

AFRO-POP LIVE, SHAKARA & remember saro-wiwa proudly present future superstar… NNEKA After touring with Lenny Kravitz in Europe, NNEKA, who is originally from the Niger-Delta, plays London’s CARGO on Thursday, showcasing songs from her second Album ‘No Longer At Ease’ which is stirred by the injustices taking place in her homeland. With support from some […]

London Rally- Shell told: Justice is coming

London Rally- Shell told: Justice is coming

Activists made sure Shell staff arriving at work this morning at their London HQ knew their company is soon to face trial for human right abuses in Nigeria. Leaflets were distributed amid chants of ‘justice is coming’ by activists brought together by the ShellGuilty coalition. Photos below: Campaigners outside Shell’s headquarters in London make sure […]

‘ShellGuilty’ Campaign Launched As Shell Trial Date Confirmed

Campaigners demand Shell end illegal gas flaring that Nigerian activist Ken Saro-Wiwa died trying to stop LONDON—Days after a judge confirmed Shell Oil will stand trial in New York on May 27th on charges it was complicit in the murders of Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight other Nigerian activists, environmental and human rights groups announced that […]

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