|Title:||Bodo community March 2015|
In 2008, the Bodo community, in the Niger Delta, was devastated by two massive oil spills from a Shell pipeline. In January 2015, Shell agreed to pay £55 million in compensation to the community. However, the pollution has still not been cleaned up.
Members of the Bodo community with Amnesty International staff (l-r) Patricia Barima Bakel, Mark Dummett, Pastor Christian Lekoya Kpandei, Joe Westby, Beatrice Vimonge, and John Barima Bakel.
|This asset shows:||Amnesty staff , Research mission activities|
CONCERN: ESCR, COMPANIES
COUNTRY: AFRICA/WEST AFRICA/NIGERIA
GENRE: GROUP PORTRAITS
|Tags:||AI Image Bank - Solution, Bodo, Niger Delta, Shell, AI Researchers in the field, AI Image Bank - Solution,|
|Copyright Type:||Amnesty International|
|Copyright Credit:||Amnesty International|
|Date Photo or Video Created:||Wed Mar 11 00:00:00 UTC 2015|
|Size:||4.65 MB; 4000 x 3000 pixels; 339 x 254 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1058 x 794 mm (screen at 96 DPI);|