EG Justice in the News
“Dictators and their inner circles have always made easy targets for cartoonist.” That is the premise of the article by Rowan Moore Gerety, called Comics Without Captions: Can a cartoonist help unseat a dictator?, published in “VQR: A National Journal of Literature & Discussion.”
Socioeconomic issues and respect for the rule of law dominated the African Civil Society Conference, held August 5-6, 2014 in Washington, DC.
Human right violations in Equatorial Guinea were highlighted in a World Council of Churches sponsored side-event at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
Activists from Equatorial Guinea (AGE), a group of pro-democracy and human rights defenders, convened a number of gatherings in Madrid, August 2-3, 2013
View the US House hearing of "Is There an African Resource Curse?" on Thursday, July 18th, 2013, at 2pm EST.
Human Rights Concerns Ahead of Elections in Equatorial Guinea. Troubling Conditions Compromise May 26 Legislative Vote.
The United States Department of State released in April (2013) its 2012 Country Report on Human Rights Practices for Equatorial Guinea.
European Parliament has reached a deal on the new extractive industries transparency rules.
Leaders gathering in Equatorial Guinea for the Africa-South America Summit should press President Obiang to undertake serious human rights and democratic reforms.
After many years of promoting social responsability, the Leon H. Sullivan Foundation suddenly closed its doors. As a result, Africa-focused human rights advocates have mixed feelings about its legacy and its closing.