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Defending Human Rights

We stand with victims to seek redress for gross human rights violations.

Fighting Corruption

We expose and combat transnational kleptocracy perpetrated by senior government officials.

Urging Reform

We affect policy change by giving a voice and a platform to the voiceless.

Nurturing The Next Generation

We collaborate with change-makers to build a just, fair, and equal society.

EG Justice stands with the people of Equatorial Guinea to protect their rights and dignity as human beings. We root out and challenge corruption head on.
As the only human rights entity exclusively devoted to Equatorial Guinea, we are a bridge and a platform for changemakers to envision and build a just society.

Our Work In Numbers

160+

Victims
Represented

Victims often lack the means to seek redress or denounce human rights violations domestically and/or internationally. We work with family members, lawyers, and advocates to access judicial, quasi-judicial, and other remedies on behalf of the unjustly aggrieved, arrested, incarcerated, tortured, or killed.

150+

Human Rights
Defenders Trained

We invest in the next generation of anti-corruption, pro-democracy, and human rights defenders. We strongly believe change in Equatorial Guinea will happen from the bottom-up, and an informed and engaged citizenry is a quintessential component for such change.

50+

Global Partnerships
Forged

Our strategic ties and working relationship with local, regional, and international organizations have helped solidify our position as reliable advocates for socio-economic and political reform in Equatorial Guinea

News

Press Release
Francia: Urge una Ley de Devolución Responsable de Activos
LA CIJ RECHAZA EL RECURSO PARA IMPEDIR CONFISCAR UNA MANSIÓN "MAL-ADQUIRIDA"

Si ahora el Tribunal de Casación confirma la condena de los tribunales inferiores, las autoridades francesas controlarán unos 150 millones de euros...

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Press Release
France: Law for Responsible Asset Return Urgently Needed
ICJ Rejects Challenge to Confiscating “Ill-Gotten” Mansion

If the Court of Cassation upholds the lower courts’ conviction, French authorities will control about €150 million of Nguema’s confiscated assets...

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Press Release
International Court of Justice judgement
EG Justice

EG Justice welcomes today’s final decision by the International Court of Justice...

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Documenting & Reporting
State-Sponsored Homophobia: The Status of LGBTQ Rights in Equatorial Guinea
EG Justice

The Government of Equatorial Guinea, treats sexual orientation and gender identity as an illness...

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Press Release
Equatorial Guinea: EITI Rejection Compels Improvements for Civil Society
The Center for Development Studies and Initiatives (CEID), the Equatoguinean Commission of Jurists (CEJ) and EG Justice.

Following the failure of 2010, this marks the second occasion that the Government of Equatorial Guinea fails to gain admission into the EITI.

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