Worldwide: OilWatch Resistance Network
The OilWatch Resistance Network, based in Quito, Ecuador, was founded in 1996 to support struggles worldwide against the negative social, economic, environmental and political effects of oil and gas industry developments.
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Worldwide Information and Resistance
The OilWatch Network publishes a bulletin which contains reports and information about struggles of grassroots people against negative effects of the petroleum industry all over the world. We've included a few of them which are most closely related to East Timor's situation. On each topic, the articles are in chronological order.
Nigeria, Mozambique, Angola, West Africa, Equatorial Guinea, D.R. Congo, São Tomé, Cameroon, Benin, Mauritania, Western Sahara