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Stakeholder Democracy Network (SDN) was established as a non-governmental not-for-profit organisation in 2004 to support communities in the Niger Delta that live with the day-to-day impacts of the oil and gas industry, weak governance, insecurity, a lack of jobs, and wider environmental and climate challenges.
We work with communities, governments, civil society and the private sector to identify and implement solutions to these challenges, which promote sustainable development and the protection of human rights – including the right to a healthy environment.
PRESS RELEASE: CSOs Urge the Incoming Government to Clarify Plans for Gas and Resolve Risks that Undermine Nigeria’s Economy and Energy Transition
Issues for host communities under the Petroleum Industry Act (PIA)￼
Opportunities to improve the Host Community Development Trusts under Nigeria’s Petroleum Industry Act
PRESS RELEASE: How the Petroleum Industry Act could backfire for host communities
Read full press release ➡️ https://t.co/P8rBC8nX5m
@officialABAT @NRGInstitute @Cta_Abj https://t.co/Skiogioobn
🚨NEW 🚨 investigative report shows the human cost of Big Oil’s negligence in Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
1️⃣ Get the facts
2️⃣ Tell the world
3️⃣ Make Big Oil pay
Read the report ➡️ https://t.co/GeW1gLAKdQ
#JusticeForBayelsa #MakeBigOilPay @BSOECommission