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Democracy Now

Democracy Now interviews Tutu Alicante about abuses in Equatorial Guinea ahead of the African Union Summit. 

All Africa

Equatorial Guinea's government has spent lavishly on diplomatic accommodations while neglecting the rights of the country's poor in the lead-up to hosting the African Union summit, Human Rights Watch and EG Justice said today.

The Sydney Morning Herald

 Equatorial Guinea has built a multimillion-dollar deluxe ''city'' to host African leaders while the majority of its people live in dire poverty.
 

Slate Afrique

The luxurious city of Sipopo, built to host the African Union Summit, is an example of the misplaced priorities of the Obiang regime, according to human rights groups.

The Guardian
David Smith

Human rights groups call Sipopo complex a 'misplaced priority' in a country where majority of population live in poverty

Sci-Dev Net

UNESCO (the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) has rejected a request to reverse its decision to suspend the UNESCO–Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences, named after Equatorial Guinea's president, Teodoro Nguema Obiang. 

TrustLaw
Luke Balleny

A prize funded by the president of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, has been rejected for the second time in seven months by the U.N.’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) amid international concern about the country’s poor human rights record.

Tutu Alicante speaks with CKUT radio in Montreal, Canada. 

An article publicizing the release of EG Justice's report "Disempowered Voices: The Status of Civil Society in Equatorial Guinea," which analyzes the challenges confronting civil society engagement in Equatorial Guinea.

An article from a Ghanaian media outlet that highlights the main points of EG Justice's report on civil society, "Disempowered Voices: The Status of Civil Society in Equatorial Guinea."

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