Information Center: 06/2011
Security forces in Equatorial Guinea detained more than 100 youth during the last week of May. The reasons for the detentions remain unclear.
A new report ranks Equatorial Guinea among the world’s worst violators of political and civil liberties.
The government of Equatorial Guinea has spent lavishly on diplomatic accommodations while neglecting the rights of the country’s poor in the lead-up to hosting the African Union summit.
An open letter to African Union Commission Chairperson Jean Ping expressing disappointment at the lack of civil society participation at the African Union Summit.
The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the detention of a television crew and the destruction of its footage in Equatorial Guinea.
This article discusses the language of Equatorial Guinea and its inability to remedy human rights violations within the country.
This article analyzes charitable organization's acceptance of money from dictators and other corrupt organizations.
The African Union’s 17th summit is about to take place in Equatorial Guinea, one of Africa’s most closed countries for journalists and one of the most hostile ones as regards media freedom. Reporters Without Borders has just written an opinion piece on the summit for the Africa Slate website.
This note provides a brief introduction to Equatorial Guinea, including UK and EU relations with the country. It is not comprehensive and will not necessarily be periodically updated.
The government of Equatorial Guinea is spending billions on showcase infrastructure projects. Will that lead to sustainable development in Equatorial Guinea?