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.

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Communities not Criminals - Illegal Oil Refining in the Niger Delta

Communities not Criminals – Illegal Oil Refining in the Niger Delta

“The government and oil companies are collecting our oil, and we don’t have jobs, no money, so we have to collect the oil and refine …
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Understanding Nigeria's oil industry through infographics

Understanding Nigeria’s oil industry through infographics

This report focuses on the first theme of the Oil Revenue Tracking Initiative. It seeks to create an understanding of Nigeria’s oil industry using info-graphics …
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A coalition of Nigerian civil society organizations today called on the incoming administration to disclose its action plans for Nigeria’s gas sector within ninety days of taking office.

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