Features

Human Rights Concerns Ahead of Elections in Equatorial Guinea.  Troubling Conditions Compromise May 26 Legislative Vote.

President Obiang touted “improvements” to Equatorial Guinea’s elections; although there are credible reports and evidence of irregularities, and allegations of fraud and harassment of opposition supporters.

The Africa Progress Panel released the 2013 Africa Progress Report, giving Equatorial Guinea poor scores in governance and human development.

House Republicans introduced H.R. 1613, which would exempt any covered company from reporting payments in accordance with any transboundary hydrocarbons agreement.

“Over $10 Billion Missing” in Equatorial Guinea: Lack of Transparency Means Illicit Outflows Will Continue.

U.S. House Members Consider the African “Resource Curse”: Tutu Alicante Provided Testimony at House Subcommittee Hearing

Human Rights Talks: European Parliament holds exchange of views about human rights in Equatorial Guinea.

In this video-illustration, EG Justice and the celebrated artist, Ramon Esono Ebale explain the most relevant details of the U.S. Department of Justice cases against Teodoro Nguema Obiang "Teodorin", Vice-President, Senator, and son of the president of Equatorial Guinea.

Activists from Equatorial Guinea (AGE), a group of pro-democracy and human rights defenders, convened a number of gatherings in Madrid, August 2-3, 2013

Ramon Esono, an Equatoguinean artist whose work has been in the forefront of the social justice movement in Equatorial Guinea, will be showing his work and giving a series of talks in Tampa, Florida, the week of September 17th through the 20th.

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