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Drc Congo Investment

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Mining of cobalt, copper in DRC leading to human rights abuses

Climate justice demands a just transition. Decarbonising the global economy must not lead to further human rights violations. The people of the DRC experienced significant exploitation and abuse during the colonial and post-colonial era, and their rights are still being sacrificed as the wealth around them is stripped away.”

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  • Ann Nyambura

    38 w

    This is a deeply concerning issue that highlights the importance of climate justice

    • Sarah Chabane

      38 w

      The green transition has to go hand in hand with human rights otherwise we are doing all of this wrong

      • johnte ndeto

        38 w

        Congo should bann such activities since they endanger the lives of people

        • walter lungayi

          38 w

          The exploitation of natural resources in the DRC for economic gain should not come at the cost of human rights violations. A just transition towards a decarbonized economy must prioritize the well-being and rights of the people affected by mining activities.

          • CHRIS NGATIA

            38 w

            Human rights should not be at jeopardy at the expenses of anything

            • Elizabeth Gathigia

              38 w

              This has to be stopped! Human rights must be respected

              • Esther Wanjiku

                38 w

                This is climate injustice at its best. Exploitation must stop now

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