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This website is about the war crimes trial of Lundin Energy.

It is part of the Unpaid Debt project that seeks justice for victims of Sudan’s oil war.

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  • E10: The Defense Tactics

    E10: The Defense Tactics

    The Defense Tactics The defense has finished their presentations in court, and we all wonder: what is their strategy, and did they present any striking new evidence to prove their clients’ innocence?  In this episode, we delve into the courtroom tactics used by the defense team, examining their key arguments and how they aim to…

  • Pek in nhiam: Ɛ luk tuɔkɛ

    Pek in nhiam: Ɛ luk tuɔkɛ

    Pek in nhiam: Ɛ luk tuɔkɛ We are happy to announce the launch of the first episode of our program in Nuer, the local language spoken in Unity state in the area where Block 5A was located and where the alleged crimes were committed. Please spread the word and make sure it reaches people who…

  • E9: The OMV Case and Rethinking CSR

    E9: The OMV Case and Rethinking CSR

    Around the world, there are more and more cases involving companies’ complicity in human rights abuses. In the Sudan operation, Lundin cooperated with two companies: Petronas of Malaysia and OMV from Austria. An Austrian NGO has just filed a complaint against OMV, accusing them of crimes in South Sudan together with Lundin. Much of the…

  • E8: Was the World Silent?

    E8: Was the World Silent?

    The defense is arguing that Lundins business in Sudan was accepted by the international community. The UN did not intervene, nor did the EU. Is that true? Was the world silent?  We decided to take a closer look at who spoke out to stop the atrocities and who kept quiet. We also discuss how the…

  • E7: Is the System Broken?

    There are a number of international binding and non-binding conventions put in place to protect victims of war crimes, but to what extent is the international community living up to its obligations? In this episode, we discuss how the legal system is failing victims and how to fix it. You will also get the latest…

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