Information Center: Report, 2012

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US Department of State
US Department of State
May 24, 2012

The US State Department has released its 2011 country report on human rights for Equatorial Guinea. 

Open Society Justice Initiative
March 2, 2012

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.

Committee to Protect Journalists
May 3, 2012

To mark World Press Freedom Day on May 3, the Committee to Protect Journalists released a special report on the ten most censored countries in the world. Equatorial Guinea falls in fifth place, behind Eritrea, North Korea, Syria and Iran.

Freedom House
May 1, 2012

Freedom House has released the 2012 Freedom in the World Report. Equatorial Guinea is ranked among the “worst of the worst” countries for the fourth year in a row.

Human Rights Watch
January 12, 2012

Human Rights Watch's 2012 world report includes a chapter on human rights abuses, democracy and socioeconomic problems in Equatorial Guinea.

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