A theater group was arbitrarily ordered to cancel its activities related to an HIV prevention campaign, because the government concluded that...
The government of Equatorial Guinea continues torturing and committing human rights abuses against opposition and anyone deemed to be against...
The Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) organized a conference for the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Totalitarianism, in Buenos Aires, at the end of August 2016.
EG Justice calls on Reverend Jackson to pressure the government of Equatorial Guinea to stop harassing civil society and political activists; and to stop torturing and committing violent acts.
The African Union Must Compel Equatorial Guinea to Abide by the Charter on Elections, Democracy and Governance.
Appointing President Obiang's business partner to monitor elections in Equatorial Guinea shows AU’s disregard for human rights and democracy in the country.
Great concerns about mounting human rights violations committed by the government of Equatorial Guinea ahead of the April 24 presidential election against political opposition and media journalists.
Ahead of the April 24 presidential Elections, suddenly and unilaterally convened by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, EG Justice reached out to Andrés Esono Ondo, Secretary General of Convergencia Para la Democracia Social (CPDS, Convergence for Social Democracy), the main political opposition party in Equatorial Guinea, to discuss the upcoming elections and shed light on the irregularities seen so far in the electoral process.
US Department of State releases report on Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea.
Press freedom and access to information are severely curtailed in the country. Here is an illustration of recent examples of government censorship and violations of freedom of expression, assembly and association.
The following is a press statement released by CEID after the government ordered it to stop all activities.
Opposition parties have emphatically condemned this hastened decision to hold the elections in April, which they consider an unconstitutional maneuver by President Obiang.