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14 March 2017
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Suite à la décision des autorités camerounaises de fermer internet dans les régions anglophones du pays, Access Now et des ONG locales ont saisi d'une lettre les entreprises de télécommunications pour leur demander de rétablir l'accès à internet. Nous...

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Following government-ordered internet shutdowns targeting Anglophone regions of the country, Access Now and local NGOs urged telecommunications companies to restore internet access. We invited Orange, MTN and Nexttel/Viettel to respond. Orange's...

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"2016 Global Education Monitoring Report Summary - Planet: Education for environmental sustainability and green growth", 2016...

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21 September 2016
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Author: José Arcia, La Estrella Panamá

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Author: Anthony Langat, in The Guardian (UK)

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Global Witness urges Uganda to publish oil exploration contracts for scrutiny of social & environmental safeguards

Author: Global Witness

"Government of Uganda announces seven bidders for new oil licences – Global Witness response"...

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Dem. Rep. of Congo: Global Witness welcomes European Parliament resolution to protect Virunga national park, under threat from oil

Author: Global Witness

Global Witness welcomes the European Parliament's resolution on the protection of the Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), which calls for EU Member States to help prevent oil activities in the Park and neighbouring areas....

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17 December 2015
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Author: Parlement européen

Le Parc national des Virunga, en République démocratique du Congo, est devenu l'un des endroits les plus dangereux au monde en ce qui concerne la conservation de la faune, a déclaré le Parlement dans une résolution adoptée jeudi. Les députés européens...

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