Freedom Projject

Freedom Projject (8)

Three students from Cambridge Zero Carbon Society, including myself, have been on hunger strike for the past four days – an  escalation of direct action in the run-up

The bright sunlight that washed the steps of the US Supreme Court on Tuesday did not compete with her radiance, the resolve of a

 Growing concerns about intolerance of dissent and a heavy-handed response to protests dominated Nigeria’s human rights landscape in 2016, Human Rights Watch said today

Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Public Petitions, Nkem Uzoma Abonta and the Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign

Farmers, herders and families in seven countries across Southern Africa, and parts of East Africa, are among the millions who are affected by a

The Ogoni struggle has become a metaphor for oppressed peoples around the world. It has also become a lucrative business in a depressed economy

A recent report by Bogumil Terminski of the University of Warsaw has shown that the Ogoni suffer the worst case of oil-induced violence in

The National Coordinator of the Hydrocarbon Pollution Restoration Agency (HYPREP) Mrs Joy Nunieh-Okunnu has recently claimed HYPREP's achievements in Ogoniland. Nunieh-Okunu claimed that the