Sudan: The Human Price of Oil
This Amnesty International report explores the link between massive human rights violations by the government forces and allied militias, and the oil operations by foreign companies in Sudan. The pattern of human rights violations includes atrocities and the forcible internal displacement of large populations of local people. The report calls upon oil companies to examine their responsibility to protect human rights, particularly with regard to their security arrangements.
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