The theme of this year's “Chapter Festival" is the impact of oil. The question of whether the oil is a blessing or a curse is increasingly topical. In this regard, it is natural for Amnesty to bring in the question of human rights. How are human rights - and women's rights in particular, taken care of?
Emem J. Okon, women and environment activist from the Delta region in Nigeria (on tape)
Beate Ekeløve-Slydal, political advisor in Amnesty International
Øystein Kristiansen, Norwegian Petroleum Directorate and the Oil for Development programme
Inge Amundsen, Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI)
Lars Tarald Kvam, communication manager, Statoil
Chair: Kristin Aahlen, journalist, Stavanger Aftenblad
Cabinda separatism and human rights violations
A report on secessionist movements in Africa and human rights violations
Sempre do Topo para a Base: Revisões Constitucionais em Angola
E-payments in Vietnam’s forest sector: An effective anti-corruption innovation?
David Aled Williams, Duc Tinh Bui, Xuan Hung Pham, Quoc Khanh Nguyen
Expert adoption of composite indices: A randomized experiment on migrant resettlement decisions in Bangladesh
Ivar Kolstad, Azreen Karim, Päivi Lujala and Arne Wiig