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EG Justice
November 15, 2017

International organizations are asking for the release of the Artist and Writer Ramón Esono Ebale.

May 17, 2012

41 business and civil society organizations have sent a letter to every member of the U.S. Congress urging them to support the Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act. 

EG Justice
May 9, 2012

Sixteen organizations sent an open letter to the French Foreign Ministry on May 9 expressing concern regarding the appointment of Teodoro Nguema Obiang to a post at UNESCO and asking the Foreign Ministry to deny him diplomatic immunity.

EG Justice
May 15, 2012

EG Justice sent a letter to the members of the Senate Subcommittee on African Affairs regarding a hearing on "Examining the U.S. Policy Response to Entrenched African Leadership," expressing appreciation that they held a hearing on this critical U.S. foreign policy topic, but also disappointment that President Teodoro Obiang, the longest-ruling leader in the world, was not addressed.

EG Justice
June 23, 2011

An open letter to African Union Commission Chairperson Jean Ping expressing disappointment at the lack of civil society participation at the African Union Summit. 

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December 7, 2011
EG Justice
December 14, 2011

A letter sent by EG Justice to the editor of Africa 24 expressing our concern over their recent one-sided reporting on the UNESCO-Obiang Prize. 

Tutu Alicante
February 1, 2009

An editorial that highlights the important connections between government transparency, government accountabiilty, and democracy.

April 24, 2009

As a part of the Publish What You Pay-US Coalition, EG Justice signed on to a letter to President Obama urging his administration to call for transparency within the oil, gas, and mining industries. The letter emphasizes transparency as a crucial step toward improving human rights conditions in resource-rich countries like Equatorial Guinea.

March 9, 2011

In a letter to the U.S. Department of State, EG Justice asked for greater U.S. pressure on the government of Equatorial Guinea to protect the human rights and civil liberties of citizens.

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