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Overview

This community based human rights impact assessment highlights the social, environmental, cultural, and human rights risks of the East African Crude Oil pipeline for communities located along the proposed pipeline corridor in Uganda and Tanzania. Co-researched and produced by Global Rights Alert (“GRA”), Civic Response on Environment and Development (“CRED”), Northern Coalition for Extractives and Environment (“NCEE”), and Oxfam, it identifies and documents the actual and potential human rights implications of this major infrastructure project and makes recommendations to the governments and the companies to mitigate the adverse impacts, and to increase the positive impacts of this project and advocate for inclusiveness, transparency and accountability.

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DOI

10.21201/2020.6423

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978-1-78748-642-3

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