Information Center: 2013
EG Justice and ONE.org are speaking out against big oil, and are asking the Securities and Exchange Comission to require transparency and accountability from oil companies.
U.S. House Members Consider the African “Resource Curse”: Tutu Alicante Provided Testimony at House Subcommittee Hearing
Arbitrary Detentions Continue in EG: The Indefinite Detention of Clara Nsegue Eyí Highlights the Continued Lack of Respect of the Equatoguinean Government for the Rule of Law and Human Rights.
Ramon Esono, an Equatoguinean artist whose work has been in the forefront of the social justice movement in Equatorial Guinea, will be showing his work and giving a series of talks in Tampa, Florida, the week of September 17th through the 20th.
Human Rights Talks: European Parliament holds exchange of views about human rights in Equatorial Guinea.
In the present submission for the forthcoming 19th session of the Universal Periodic Review of Equatorial Guinea, EG Justice and the RIDH highlight the current human rights situation in the country, particularly with regard to civil and political rights, and makes recommendations to address persistent violations
The Department of Justice re-filed claims against Teodorin’s property in California.
The country has again scored low in the 2013 Corruption Perceptions Index.
OSI prepared a summary of evidentiary materials submitted in May 2013 to the United States District Court for the Central District of California by the U.S. Department of Justice to support its claims for forfeiture of approximately $32 million of property owned by Teodorin Nguema Obiang of Equatorial Guinea, arising from allegations that it derives from the proceeds of extortion, misappropriation, bribery and other criminal conduct.
Teodorin's celebrations seem premature; the global investigations into his alleged involvement in massive corruption in Equatorial Guinea, his oil rich, but poverty stricken, home country, are far from over.