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UN. Commission on Human Rights, and Special Rapporteur on Torture
Nigel S Rodley
December 24, 1997

Fifth report of the Special Rapporteur Nigel S. Rodley on civil and political rights including the questions of torture and detention.

UN. Commission on Human Rights, and Special Rapporteur on Torture
Nigel S Rodley
January 25, 2001

Report of the Special Rapporteur Nigel S. Rodley on civil and political rights including the questions of torture and detention.

John Bennett
July 28, 1994

The farewell speech made by departing U.S. Ambassador to Equatorial Guinea John Bennett.

Amnesty International
Amnesty International
January 1, 2009

A summary of the human rights situation in Equatorial Guinea in 2009.

Amnesty International
January 1, 2009

A summary of the human rights situation in Equatorial Guinea in 2009.

UN Comission on Human Rights
January 7, 2010

Summary report by the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment based on his visit to Equatorial Guinea in November 2008.

Amnesty International
June 5, 2005

This report describes the trial of the alleged ""mercenaries"", their arrest and their conditions of detention, and gives details of the human rights violations and procedural irregularities that rendered the trial unfair. It also provides brief details of other less known trials which took place in 2004 which were also reported to be unfair. The report also makes recommendations to the government of Equatorial Guinea to improve the human rights situation, particularly with respect to bringing trials into conformity with international standards of fairness. This report also contains recommendations to the international community.

UN Comission on Human Rights
April 23, 1996

Resolution that addresses the human rights situation in Equatorial Guinea, acknowledging the progress made by the government but urging it to go further to promote human rights and democracy.

Suzanne Cronje
December 5, 1976

Analyzes the atrocities committed under the Macias Nguema regime and discusses the lack of attention paid by the international community.

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