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EG Justice
August 27, 2012

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has issued final rules for legislation aimed at increasing transparency in the oil, gas, and mining industries. 

EG Justice
July 24, 2012

EG Justice's letter to the leaders of the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation expressing grave disappointment that the Foundation will be holding its ninth Sullivan Summit in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea. 

EG Justice
October 23, 2012

Fabián Nsué, a well-respected lawyer in Equatorial Guinea, has gone missing and may have been detained. 

Reuters
October 4, 2012

EG Justice and Human Rights Watch have called on Julio Iglesias to examine how his concert in Equatorial Guinea is being financed, given concerns over government corruption. 

EG Justice
August 10, 2012

An open letter to invitees to the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation's IX Sullivan Summit urging them to become informed about the difficult realities in Equatorial Guinea. 

Financial Times
Shahien Nasiripour and Tom Burgis
August 22, 2012

Oil and mining groups with US listings will be forced to disclose details of their payments to foreign governments after US regulators rejected most of the industry’s efforts to water down new transparency rules.

EG Justice
June 25, 2012

58 members of the US Congress have signed a letter calling on the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to move quickly to implement Section 1504 of the Dodd-Frank Reform Act. 

EG Justice
June 10, 2012

The Leon H. Sullivan Foundation has announced that Equatorial Guinea will host its biennial summit in August 2012, but it will take more than summit talks to improve President Obiang's human rights image.

Wall Street Journal
Thor Halvorssen and George Ayittey
August 8, 2012

In the campaign for human rights and justice in apartheid South Africa, black American civil rights leaders were instrumental. One was Leon H. Sullivan, who enunciated the "Sullivan Principles" guiding multinational firms toward treating blacks fairly while doing business in South Africa. Why, then, is the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation today celebrating the exploits of a brutal African tyrant?

AP
August 8, 2012

Human rights groups are calling on a foundation named for a late U.S. civil rights leader to cancel an upcoming summit in Equatorial Guinea, where the government is accused of torturing political opponents and other human rights abuses.

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