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Saturday November 10 2007

Annual Remember Saro-Wiwa Seminar

category cork | environment | event notice author Friday October 12, 2007 00:03author by Philip Ikurusi - Niger Delta Awarenessauthor email nigerdeltaawareness at hotmail dot comauthor address 55 North Main Street, Corkauthor phone 0861908212 Report this post to the editors

Environmental Victims:- New risks, New injustice

Niger Delta Awareness

presents

Annual Remember Saro-Wiwa Seminar .

Date: Saturday 10th November 2007

Venue: Boole Lecture Room 3, UCC

Time: 11.00am - 4.00pm

Theme: Environmental Victims:- New Risks, New Injustice
"I do not want to be a victim, and all steps should be taken to
guard against my victimization
If I am a victim , I want all available help, and expect
government, industry and community to come to my aid
I do not want to be re-victimized by government, companies,
courts or the medical and legal professions"

Key note Speaker: Michael Ewing
Senior Researcher
Sligo Institute of Technology

Related Link: http://www.nigerdeltaawareness.com
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