Information Center: 02/2007

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Bloomfield, Steve
February 24, 2007

Eight mercenaries accused of playing a role in the so-called ''Wonga Coup'' were acquitted although several other men have been tried and found guilty for their involvement in the affair, including Sir Mark Thatcher.

Rowan Williams
February 26, 2007

This article discusses the struggle of Bienvenido Samba Momesori, Archbishop of Cantrbury and a Christian clergyman, who was a prisoner of conscience in Equatorial Guinea. The author examines this and how the clergyman became entwined in the internal conflict of the state while being unjustly detained and imprisoned.

Rowan Williams
February 26, 2007

This article discusses the struggle of Bienvenido Samba Momesori, Archbishop of Cantrbury and a Christian clergyman, who was a prisoner of conscience in Equatorial Guinea. The author examines this and how the clergyman became entwined in the internal conflict of the state while being unjustly detained and imprisoned.

Marvin A Lewis
February 2, 2007

This book details the specific authors contributes to literature to songs of freedom, which in many ways facilitate their idenitity in relation to the recent colonialism and dictatorship's that Equatorial Guinea has faced.

Alison L Hoare
February 1, 2007

This report documents research and data on the use of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) from the six countries of the Congo Basin: Cameroon, Central African Republic (CAR), Republic of Congo or Congo-Brazzaville (referred to in the report as Congo-B), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Gabon, Equatorial Guinea. Those studies that focused exclusively on areas outside of the humidtropical areas were not included – for example, northern Cameroon and southern DRCNTFPs are extremely important to forest communities in terms of basic livelihoods, providing a range of essential resources such as fuelwood, protein, raw materials for household items and medicines. However, much of this value and the livelihood security that NTFPs can provide is little researched and understood.

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