5/22/2009

Major transnational oil companies find themselves at the epicenter of the debate on corporate responsibilities in the arena of rights protections, with trials pending on issues of environmental damage, direct contributions to human-rights abuses and involvement with repressive governments. The most prominent case alleges Royal Dutch Shell's complicity in the murder of Nigerian activist Ken Saro-Wiwa.

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