Information Center: universal periodic review
National Report Submitted in Accordance with Paragraph 15 (a) of the annex to Human Rights Council resolution 5/1: Equatorial Guinea
A report by the Human Rights Council that reflects upon and details Equatorial Guinea's commitment to international human rights standards in their country. Prepared for the purpose of Equatorial Guinea's Universal Periodic Review process.
Summary Prepared by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, in accordance with paragraph 15 (c) of the Annex to Human Rights Council Resolution 5/1: Equatorial Guinea.
Report prepared by the High Commissioner for Human Rights in accordance with the Universal Periodic Review in which the country of Equatorial Guinea is analyzed according to its international human rights obligations.
An EG Policy Roundtable in Madrid in which Equatoguinean and international civil society actors discussed democratic reform and human rights.
18 months after Equatorial Guinea agreed to implement more than 100 recommendations at its first Universal Periodic Review, what is the status of these reforms?
EG Justice and its partners submitted reports and intervened with corresponding statements at the United Nations Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review of Equatorial Guinea in Geneva.
A document that outlines the UNHRC's acceptance of the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review on Equatorial Guinea
2009 National report submitted in accordance with paragraph 15(a) of the annex to human rights council resolution 5/1 - Equatorial Guinea
An overview of the country prepared by the United Nations in preparation of the country's first Universal Periodic Review.
2009 Summary prepared by the office of the high commissioner for human rights, in accordance with paragraph 15 (c) of the annex to human rights council resolution 5/1 - Equatorial Guinea
The present report is a summary of seven stakeholders’ submissions to the universal periodic review. The submissions are from Abogacía por un Desarrollo Durable, Amnesty International, Center for Economic and Social Rights, EG Justice, Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children, and Human Rights Watch.
Written statement submitted by Amnesty International, a non-governmental organization in special consultative status
Amnesty International’s reaction to the report of the Special Rapporteur on torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment on his visit to Equatorial Guinea
Suggested Recommendations to states considered in the sixth round of the Universal Periodic Review, Nov - Dec 2009
This report details concrete measures that Equatorial Guinea should take, both domestically and internationally, to help it meet its goal for the 2009-2010 Universal Periodic Review procedure conducted by the United Nations Human Rights Council.