A coalition of more than 30 civil society organizations, including EG Justice, has sent a letter to every member of Congress asking them not to amend the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
Human Rights Watch's 2012 world report includes a chapter on human rights abuses, democracy and socioeconomic problems in Equatorial Guinea.
An editorial that calls on Africa's leaders to demonstrate responsible leadership in the use of their countries' finite resources.
EG Justice and other members of the Publish What You Pay coalition have taken out a full page ad in the Wall Street Journal to press oil companies to stop lobbying against transparency.
EG Justice is deeply concerned about the arrest and prolonged detention without charge of Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo Alo, and calls for his immediate release.
Authorities in France and the U.S. have taken action in their corruption investigations into the activities of Teodorin Nguema Obiang, the son of President Obiang.
EG Justice was interviewed for Filthy Rich, a CNBC investigative report on corruption and money laundering.
UNESCO's Executive Board voted today to approve a renamed UNESCO prize sponsored and funded by President Obiang.
The Open Society Justice Initiative's briefing paper looks at the on-going damage caused by President Teodoro Obiang to the reputation and standing of UNESCO.
United States faith leaders sent a letter to UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova expressing their opposition to the UNESCO-Obiang prize.