Information Center: Report, 2007

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Freedom House
January 1, 2007

Freedom House has prepared this overview report as a companion to our annual survey on the state of global political rights and civil liberties, Freedom in the World.The ratings and accompanying essays are based on events from December 1, 2005 through December 31, 2006. The 17 countries and 3 territories profiled in this report are drawn from the total of 45 countries and 7 territories that are considered to be Not Free and whose citizens endure systematic and pervasive human rights violations. The Government of Equatorial Guinea is one of the regimes surveyed in the report.

United States Congress, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on International Organizations, Human Rights, and Oversight, and Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health
May 10, 2007

Transcript of a House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing discussing how the United States treats governments with poor records on democracy and human rights sometimes in disparate ways.

United States Department of State
March 29, 2007

An overview of U.S. policy supporting human rights and democracy in Equatorial Guinea in 2007

Amnesty International
January 1, 2007

2007 report written by Amnesty International that offers a succinct analysis of the various human rights issues that are currently perplexing the state of Equatorial Guinea. Special attention is given to issues revolving around the following: arbitrary arrests, death in detention, death penalty, prisoner releases, forced evictions, prison conditions, and human rights defenders.

Alison L Hoare
February 1, 2007

This report documents research and data on the use of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) from the six countries of the Congo Basin: Cameroon, Central African Republic (CAR), Republic of Congo or Congo-Brazzaville (referred to in the report as Congo-B), Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Gabon, Equatorial Guinea. Those studies that focused exclusively on areas outside of the humidtropical areas were not included – for example, northern Cameroon and southern DRCNTFPs are extremely important to forest communities in terms of basic livelihoods, providing a range of essential resources such as fuelwood, protein, raw materials for household items and medicines. However, much of this value and the livelihood security that NTFPs can provide is little researched and understood.

Asociacion Pro Derechos Humanos de Espafia
October 12, 2007

A letter by the Asociacion pro Derechos Humanos de Espafia to the African Commission on Human and Peoples Right alleging the misuse of funds by the ruling members of the Equatoguinean government.

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