Information Center: 2011

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EG Justice
May 8, 2011

EG Justice’s Executive Director Tutu Alicante spoke at the Oslo Freedom Forum on May 8 as part of the panel, “Spotlight on Repression.” 

EG Justice
June 17, 2011

The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the detention of a television crew and the destruction of its footage in Equatorial Guinea.

December 9, 2011

The government of Equatorial Guinea is spending $77 million to construct a new luxury presidential guest house and $19 million on a new Basilica.

Economist Intelligence Unit
August 2, 2011

Country Risk Service is a comprehensive two-year forecasting service that monitors risks in 120 key markets. It is designed for commercial bankers, institutional investors and corporate executives who invest in both emerging and developed markets. The service measures political, economic policy and economic structure risks as well as currency, sovereign debt and banking sector risks.

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Tutu Alicante
December 9, 2011

In observance of International Human Rights Day on December 9, Tutu Alicante, executive director of EG Justice, sent out an end of year newsletter thanking all our supporters and celebrating our accomplishments in 2012.

Josep Anglada Bigordá
December 19, 2011

The author argues that Equatorial Guinea lacks a system of public administration.

United Nations Development Programme
November 2, 2011

2011: Data on human development indicators in Equatorial Guinea, including health, education, poverty, gender equality and the environment.

UN Comission on Human Rights
July 4, 2011

At the invitation of the Government of Equatorial Guinea, the Working Group on the use of mercenaries as a means of violating human rights and impeding the exercise of the right of peoples to self-determination visited Equatorial Guinea from 16 to 20 August 2010. In accordance with its mandate, the Working Group focused on the investigations and prosecutions relating to the attempted coup d’état of March 2004 and to the armed attack on the presidential palace by alleged mercenaries on 17 February 2009. The Working Group also inquired about the activities of private military and security companies operating in Equatorial Guinea.

The FCPA Blog
April 12, 2011

This article discusses possible reasons why the U.S. has failed to sanction oil rich Equatorial Guinea despite the nation's reported governmental corruption.

Simon Mann
December 5, 2011

Simon Mann's remarkable firsthand account of his life reads like a thriller, taking readers into the world of mercenaries and spooks, of murky international politics, big oil and big bucks, action, danger, love, despair, and betrayal. On March 7, 2004, former SAS soldier and mercenary Simon Mann prepared to take off from Harare International Airport. His destination was Equatorial Guinea; his was intention to remove one of the most brutal dictators in Africa in a privately organized coup d'etat.

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