Information Center: 07/2009

8 results

Results

García Espinosa B; Nieto-Bona MP
July 24, 2009

A campaign against cervical cancer was carried out in the area on a total of 1,680 women. 26 of the women, following cytological screening, were treated surgically with a loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP). Cases were studied histologically and were genotyped from paraffin blocks by applying a commercial kit that recognized 35 HPV types.

Human Rights Watch
July 9, 2009

An in-depth analysis of the history and politics of Equatorial Guinea that accuses the government of Equatorial Guinea of human rights abuses, corruption, and economic mismanagement.

Scott A Merriman
July 14, 2009

The interaction between church and state takes many forms around the world today. In the U.S. Constitution, the two are declared separate, while a number of countries where religion plays a significant role in government policy avoid defining the relationship altogether. Then there are the outright theocracies, where church and state are not only inseparable, but indistinguishable.

N. A. Dyer, A. Furtado, J. Cano, F. Ferreira, M. Odete Afonso, N. Ndong-Mabale, P. Ndong-Asumu, S. Centeno-Lima, A. Benito, D. Weetman, M. J. Donnelly, and J. Pinto
July 10, 2009

This study analyzes the Tsetse fly of the palpalis group and the genetic differences that are found within geographically separations G.P. palpalis populations.

Adolfo Obiang Biko
July 27, 2009

This memoir tells the story of Equatoguinean activist Dr. Adolfo Obiang Biko who was jailed unjustly in Gabon for 9 months and accused of attempting a coup d'etat to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea.

July 10, 2009

An EG Policy Roundtable in Barcelona, Spain in which participants discussed the status of human rights in Equatorial Guinea.

July 17, 2009

EG Justice hosted a Roundtable to discuss the release of two reports on human rights and poor governance in Equatorial Guinea.

July 9, 2009

A HRW report that analyzes how President Teodoro Obiang Nguema’s regime has used an oil boom to further entrench and enrich itself at the expense of the country's people.

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