“The people of Equatorial Guinea should share in the wealth generated by their country's huge oil reserves. Instead, they endure poverty and oppression. Their president and his associates enjoy lavish homes and trips abroad, and money that should go to the people winds its way to private bank accounts.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu, 2010

In the present submission for the forthcoming 19th session of the Universal Periodic Review of Equatorial Guinea, EG Justice and the RIDH...

OSI prepared a summary of evidentiary materials submitted in May 2013 to the United States District Court for the Central District of California...

A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit, but the Department of Justice may still proceed in the forfeiture case against Teodorin’s...

An overview of the economic, political, and social situation in Equatorial Guinea.

Policy Briefs & Research

EG Justice
June 19, 2013

API’s Suit Against SEC Transparency Rule Moves Forward in District Court

March 3, 2011

The report "Disempowered Voices: The Status of Civil Society in Equatorial Guinea" analyzes the serious obstacles that civil society organizations encounter.

March 2011

"Transparency and Accountability in Equatorial Guinea: Policy Recommendations for the Obama Administration" calls on the U.S. government to push for reform in Equatorial Guinea.

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