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EG Justice and ONE.org are speaking out against big oil, and are asking the Securities and Exchange Comission to require transparency and accountability from oil companies.

The human rights defenders insisted on the need for greater and effective monitoring of the human rights situation in the country.

In the present submission for the forthcoming 19th session of the Universal Periodic Review of Equatorial Guinea, EG Justice and the RIDH highlight the current human rights situation in the country, particularly with regard to civil and political rights, and makes recommendations to address persistent violations

Seventy six States proposed recommendations to Equatorial Guinea during the UPR session on May 5, with many of them voicing concern about the lack of real progress on human rights.

Reports about the Universal Periodic Review of Equatorial Guinea aired by Deutsche Welle (DW) and Radio Africa No 1. (French audio)

United Nations Head, Spain's Prime Minister, and global leaders visit Equatorial Guinea for an African Union Summit.

Socioeconomic issues and respect for the rule of law dominated the African Civil Society Conference, held August 5-6, 2014 in Washington, DC.

"The dire conditions in Equatorial Guinea and the government’s record of high-level corruption, and human rights abuses should have dissuaded UNESCO from allowing President Obiang to preside over the award event."

Equatorial Guinea excluded from the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index due to lack of data.

Luis Nzo was arrested yesterday 19 March 2015 in the capital Malabo while he was peacefully distributing leaflets and using a megaphone to denounce the arrest of opposition leader Guillermo Nguema.

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