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Lundin War Crimes Trial

Mar 28, 2024

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...


Feb 14, 2024

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...


Jan 8, 2024

The Victims Left with Nothing

There have been major developments in the trial.

On November 22, 2023, the court decided to separate the South Sudanese plaintiff's claims for compensation from the war crimes trial. Instead, the victims will have to start separate civil cases that require them to deposit 45 000 euros...


Dec 11, 2023

It's a Family Affair

Who are the men behind the Lundin oil consortium-  and what happened with the profit from the oil endeavors in Sudan? 

The Lundin family business has been handed over to the third generation as the company is trying to rebrand itself, focusing on green energy.

How will a conviction affect them and...


Oct 20, 2023

How to Build a Case

The trial moves on, and piece by piece, the prosecutors are building their case. Internal reports, security logs, meetings between the company and representatives from the Sudanese government, as well as reports from human rights organizations, are being used as pieces in the prosecutor's big...