Information Center: Human Rights, 2010

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United Nations Human Rights Council
April 3, 2010

A compliation of data on Equatorial Guinea prepared for the Universal Periodic Review that the country would be undergoing by the Human Rights Council.

Human Rights Watch
September 24, 2010

Human Rights Watch welcomes the Human Rights Council's review of Equatorial Guinea in December 2009 and its March 2010 adoption of the UPR report.

Cynthia Caden
January 13, 2010

Investigation carried out by Alerta360 International that explores the history of terror, violence and dictatorships in Equatorial Guinea, focusing on the regimes of Macias and Obiang.

African Development Bank, African Union, UN Economic Commission for Africa
January 1, 2010

Presents time series data on African countries for a large number of economic, demographic, and development categories. Published in both English and French.

March 17, 2010

An EG Policy Roundtable in Madrid in which Equatoguinean and international civil society actors discussed democratic reform and human rights.

The Economist
January 1, 2010

A satirical piece, the author offers his opinions on the United Nations Educational Scientific & Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and that of President Obiang Nguema of Equatorial Guinea, as it relates to the prize that was established in his honor for the research in the life sciences.

U.S. Department of State
August 30, 2010

U.S. Department of State was deeply concerned to learn that the Government of Equatorial Guinea has executed four individuals after a summary military tribunal on August 21.

United Nations Office at Geneva
August 30, 2010

This press release discusses the circumstances surrounding the execution of four Equatoguineans in Equatorial Guinea in August 2010.

The New York Times
October 8, 2010

The United States has put forward a resolution at the board meeting of the United Nations’ main cultural and education organization calling for the withdrawal of a lavish prize offered by an African dictator and the return of the money.

October 21, 2010

The United Nations cultural organization UNESCO bowed to pressure from anti-corruption campaigners and suspended a science prize named after Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema.

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