fossil Politics

This track investigates our massive dependence on fossil fuels and builds from the power of the communities who subsidise this perverse industry and who suffer gross despoliation. We believe that a transition from fossil fuels must be rapid and urgent and devoid of distractions by way of fixes that depend on the status quo.

A Journey with Ken Saro-Wiwa

Conversation with Ken Saro-Wiwa took place at the offices of We The People in Port Harcourt on Thursday 25 April 2019. The room was packed out and yet more seats had to be brought in. One seat only had a book on it. That book was Silence Would by Treason – the last...

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Rethink Order on Ogoni Oil

Government Should Immediately Withdraw the Order for Resumption of Oil Exploitation in Ogoni Land The Health of Mother Earth Foundation and We the People notes with alarm and unease the recent memo reportedly originating from the Presidency and addressed to the Group...

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living in fear

Juan Lopez Villar

This book explores the general relation between wars, conflicts and natural resources, focusing in particular on two African countries: Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and South Sudan.

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