Tag Archives: Saro-Wiwa

Shell’s motto: Deny everything and admit nothing.

Growing up down south, Shell’s presence was enormously felt in my life because they had so many gas stations around that they were practically on top of each other!  Although Shell’s gas seemed to always be a little “pricey” at times, people were … Continue reading

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Shell: Guilty or Not Guilty?

When I read the article on Shell last week I didn’t think I had a strong commitment to one side. I realized that the article was a little bias and because of that I took everything it said with a … Continue reading

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Social Responsibility of Shell

The thing that stuck out to me while reading the Shell case was the idea of the social responsibility of Shell, and how it played out in the stance of the company towards the Saro-Wiwa trial. The stance of Shell … Continue reading

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