Information Center: 2011

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Save the Children
May 2, 2011

A report that analyzes the living conditions of women and children around the world and includes an index that ranks 180 countries accordingly. Equatorial Guinea is ranked among the bottom ten countries in the Mothers' Index.

Sara Moreira
June 7, 2011

This article discusses the language of Equatorial Guinea and its inability to remedy human rights violations within the country.

Rick Cohen
June 6, 2011

This article analyzes charitable organization's acceptance of money from dictators and other corrupt organizations.

Research and Markets
March 1, 2011

“The Future of Equatorial Guinea Oil and Gas Industry to 2020” provides a comprehensive overview of the Equatorial Guinea oil and gas sector, covering the entire value chain of the industry. It analyzes and forecasts each of the oil and gas segments in Equatorial Guinea including upstream sector, pipeline, refinery, LNG and storage sectors. The report also gives detailed analysis of investment opportunities in each sector, highlighting the growth potential and feasibility of projects. It also identifies the key challenges, drivers and restraints in the country’s oil and gas industry and the impact of these metrics on the industry.

Reporters without Borders
February 15, 2011

Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel, a novelist, blogger and editor of the arts and literature magazine Atanga, left Equatorial Guinea for Spain early today saying he had been “harassed” because of the hunger strike he began on 11 February in protest against President Teodoro Obiang Nguema’s dictatorial rule. He was planning to continue his protest in Spain.

Reporters without Borders
March 4, 2011

Reporters Without Borders condemns a wave of government censorship in the past few days at Radio-Télévision Nationale de Guinée Équatoriale (RTVGE), a state-owned broadcaster that is kept under very close surveillance by information minister Jeronimo Osa Osa.

Reporters without Borders
June 29, 2011

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.

Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life
August 8, 2011

This is the second study released by Pew analyzing the degree of government restrictions on religions and social hostility to religions within different countries. Restrictions on religious beliefs and practices rose between mid-2006 and mid-2009 in 23 of the world’s 198 countries (12%), decreased in 12 countries (6%) and remained essentially unchanged in 163 countries (82%). In Equatorial Guinea, religious restrictions are declining.

EG Justice
November 30, 2011

Lawsuits were filed in the U.S. in October 2011 against President Obiang and his son Teodoro. 

Ken Silverstein
October 9, 2011

Since 2007, U.S. officials have been investigating the rampant corruption of Equatorial Guinea's dangerously debauched president-in-waiting. They haven't gotten far.

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