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End Harassment of Jailed Opponent, Lawyers
Authorities in Equatorial Guinea should cease all harassment of a jailed political opponent and those close to him, Human Rights Watch, Physicians for Human Rights and EG Justice said today.
EG Justice in the News
UNESCO awards 'shameful' E. Guinea Prize
Agence France Presse
UN culture and science body UNESCO on Tuesday awarded a prize financed by the leader of Equatorial Guinea despite fierce criticism from rights groups who decried the move as "shameful".
Policy Briefs & Research
Obstacles to Democracy in Equatorial Guinea
The report "Disempowered Voices: The Status of Civil Society in Equatorial Guinea" analyzes the serious obstacles that civil society organizations encounter.
Communications & Letters
Open Letter to the French Foreign Ministry
Sixteen organizations sent an open letter to the French Foreign Ministry on May 9 expressing concern regarding the appointment of Teodoro Nguema Obiang to a post at UNESCO and asking the Foreign Ministry to deny him diplomatic immunity.
A video that highlights abuses in Equatorial Guinea and calls into question the government's spending priorities.
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