Maggie Andresen

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The Guardian: Nigerians could see justice over Shell oil spills after six decades
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Location: Nigeria
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Biography: Maggie Andresen is a freelance photojournalist, writer, and video journalist based in Lagos, Nigeria. She reports on intersections between human rights, healthcare, migration, gender, and the changing environment. She has been published by The... MORE
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The Guardian: Nigerians could see justice over Shell oil spills after six decades
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Updated Oct 2021
Location Port Harcourt
Topics Activism, Aerial, Civil Rights, Climate Change, Community, Conservation, Documentary, Energy, Environment, Forest, Health, Human Rights, Investigation, Justice, Media, Nigeria, Oil, Oppression, Photojournalism, Reporting, Water

Nigerians could see justice over Shell oil spills after six decades
A landmark legal case is laying the groundwork for communities to sue parent companies for the damages of their subsidiaries
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