Information Center: 2010
Report that focuses on the economy, politics and social development of Equatorial Guinea. It describes the current government, how the economy is growing, the different sectors of the economy and the different social classes that exist in Equatorial Guinea.
UNESCO Suspends Dictator Prize After Global Protest. EG Justice and its partners welcomed UNESCO’s decision to suspend the prize funded by President Obiang.
An article that highlights a high profile letter sent by more than 100 African scholars and human rights activists calling on UNESCO to cancel the UNESCO-Obiang Prize for the Life Sciences.
An article that speculates that the African Union might consider taking on the Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences if UNESCO decides to discontinue its affiliation with the prize.
National Report Submitted in Accordance with Paragraph 15 (a) of the annex to Human Rights Council resolution 5/1: Equatorial Guinea
A report by the Human Rights Council that reflects upon and details Equatorial Guinea's commitment to international human rights standards in their country. Prepared for the purpose of Equatorial Guinea's Universal Periodic Review process.
An article that summarizes the August 2010 executions of four former army officers shortly after being sentenced to death by a military tribunal in Equatorial Guinea for their alleged involvement in an attack on the presidential palace in 2009.
2010 Report of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, Manfred Nowak (Addendum)
Summary report by the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment based on his visit to Equatorial Guinea in November 2008.
EITI Board’s ousting of Equatorial Guinea from the transparency initiative is an opportunity to build a broader coalition and intensify collaboration to promote transparency, good governance, and human rights.
The reports are excerpted from Freedom in the World 2010, which surveys the state of freedom in 194 countries and 14 select territories. The ratings and accompanying essays are based on events from January 1, 2009, through December 31, 2009. The 17 countries and 3 territories profiled in this report are drawn from the total of 47 countries and 7 territories that are considered to be Not Free, and whose citizens endure systematic and pervasive human rights violations. Included in this report are nine countries judged to have the worst human rights conditions: Burma, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea, Libya, North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan.
This article analizes UNESCO's consideration of naming a prize dedicated to scientists who ʺimprove the quality of human lifeʺ after President Teodoro Obiang.
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