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Amnesty International Pressure on Shell to Hell

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Google Translation of Amnesty International French website
Pression d’enfer sur Shell

Nearly 100 days have elapsed since the inauguration of the new CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, Sir Peter Voser.

Over 2,000 cards and 20 000 electronic postcards have been distributed but the company does not hear appeals by Amnesty International.
Yet the company practices in the Niger Delta continue to keep people in poverty.

It is time to Shell under the spotlights and flashes to remind him of his responsibilities.

Talk about you!

To make up photos, invite your network to participate in this action.

Forward the mail, mail it to your blog or broadcast the following messages:

your profile on Facebook and MySpace: Take Action Shooter “S” and bring Peter Voser to act on violations of human rights in the Niger Delta

on Twitter: RT @ amnestyfrance Shell Hell!

Take Action We do not negotiate with responsibility for human rights are acting.  ACT WITH U.S.!

Pressure on Shell to Hell

We invite you to participate in a new form of action which is to take a picture by hiding the “S” from Shell.

Give free rein to your imagination playing prospects.

We recommend using unusual objects. Be creative!

Send us your photos / videos to email address: art02dibs + [email protected]

with as object: Hell station, your name and city.

and in the message body:
– Your Photo
– The address of the station.

We do the rest!

For your video taken from a laptop, you can use the same address.

However, they should not exceed 90 seconds.

Additional information: Flickr supports images in JPG, GIF, and PNG.

You can also send images to TIFF format, they will be automatically converted to JPG format.

See a map of Shell stations: To find the nearest you go to your photo!

Since June, members and supporters of Amnesty International joined forces to pressure the company Shell to change its practices in Nigeria

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