EG Justice is an independent voice for reform in Equatorial Guinea.
EG Justice works to promote human rights, the rule of law, transparency, and civic participation to build a just Equatorial Guinea.
We believe in the equal worth and dignity of every person and in justice and opportunity for all. We envision a truly democratic and open society in which:
~ power and resources are shared.
~ all people participate in the decisions that affect their lives.
~ every person has access to food, shelter, health care, and education.
~ all human rights are protected.
~ people come before profits.
~ the environment is respected.
By engaging with and empowering the people of Equatorial Guinea, we can create an Equatorial Guinea in which equality and justice are fully realized.
Research and Analysis
Providing impartial and thorough research and analysis on Equatorial Guinea.
We collaborate with international organizations to bring critical human rights issues to the attention of global policymakers.
EG Justice was launched in 2008 in the United States (rather than in Equatorial Guinea, as human rights organizations are not permitted to operate within the country) to promote human rights, the rule of law, transparency, and civic participation to build a just Equatorial Guinea.
EG Justice is governed by a Board of Directors, advised by Equatoguinean and international experts, and managed by an Executive Team.
EG Justice Information Center
The EG Justice Resource Center is a comprehensive and bilingual electronic database that contains reports, official documents, books, scholarly papers and many other forms factual information about Equatorial Guinea.
EG Justice Policy Roundtables
The EG Policy Roundtable is a neutral forum for exchanging ideas on how to improve the lives of Equatoguineans. Participants include policymakers, government officials, industry officials, civil society representatives, scholars, and interested members of the general public. A unique contribution of EG Justice, it has been instrumental in providing a neutral space for debate and the exchange of ideas regarding social and political reform in Equatorial Guinea.
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"As citizens, we have a moral and civic duty to voice our concerns and to participate in all processes that affect our community. This includes demanding that our leaders tell us how they spend the nation's money."
~ Miguel Obama, Equatoguinean Exile