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Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo Alo was convicted and unjustly sentenced to 3 years in prison on May 7, 2012 in a politically-motivated trial. Take action now to free Dr. Mansogo!
Authorities in Equatorial Guinea should cease all harassment of a jailed political opponent and those close to him, Human Rights Watch, Physicians for Human Rights and EG Justice said today.
Brazil supported the controversial UNESCO-Obiang prize in an attempt to improve relations with President Obiang, but this puts Brazil's own international reputation at stake.
UNESCO’s governing executive board should abolish a prize named after and funded by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo of Equatorial Guinea at its upcoming meeting, seven civil society groups said today.
A letter from Dr. Wenceslao Mansogo, a prisoner of conscience, to UNESCO, urging it to abolish the Obiang prize.
UNESCO's Executive Board voted today to approve a renamed UNESCO prize sponsored and funded by President Obiang.
The Open Society Justice Initiative's briefing paper looks at the on-going damage caused by President Teodoro Obiang to the reputation and standing of UNESCO.
A timeline of the 2011 constitutional reform process in Equatorial Guinea.
EG Justice is collaborating with young talented artists in Equatorial Guinea whose work challenges the status quo and defines space for social justice in a repressive environment.
EG Justice’s Executive Director Tutu Alicante spoke about the challenges confronting Equatorial Guinea at this year's Oslo Freedom Forum.
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