The Leon H. Sullivan Foundation has announced that Equatorial Guinea will host its biennial summit in August 2012, but it will take more than summit talks to improve President Obiang's human rights image.
Freedom House has released the 2012 Freedom in the World Report. Equatorial Guinea is ranked among the “worst of the worst” countries for the fourth year in a row.
To mark World Press Freedom Day on May 3, the Committee to Protect Journalists released a special report on the ten most censored countries in the world. Equatorial Guinea falls in fifth place, behind Eritrea, North Korea, Syria and Iran.
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EG Justice’s Executive Director Tutu Alicante spoke about the challenges confronting Equatorial Guinea at this year's Oslo Freedom Forum.
A reporter in Equatorial Guinea was denied access to a debate on press freedom, despite having been initially invited to participate.
Sixteen organizations sent an open letter to the French Foreign Ministry on May 9 expressing concern regarding the appointment of Teodoro Nguema Obiang to a post at UNESCO and asking the Foreign Ministry to deny him diplomatic immunity.
41 business and civil society organizations have sent a letter to every member of the U.S. Congress urging them to support the Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act.
The U.S. Senate held a confirmation hearing for the Ambassadorial nominee to Equatorial Guinea.
The US State Department has released its 2011 country report on human rights for Equatorial Guinea.