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.
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.
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.
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
G Justice and its partners thank the few States who used Equatorial Guinea’s third Universal Periodic Review (UPR) to raise persisting violations...Read More
A couple of weeks ago, Professor Stephenson asked: “WhateverHappened with that Charity the Obiang Settlement Was Supposed to Fund?"Read More
Chad should immediately and unconditionally release opposition party leader, Andrés Esono Ondo, and ensure that he returns safely to...Read More
Governments should use an upcoming United Nations review of Equatorial Guinea’s rights record to question the country’s brutal repression of...Read More
We, the undersigned Equatoguinean and international human rights and anti-corruption organizations write with grave concern and dismay at a recent...Read More
The Government of Equatorial Guinea must immediately release Joaquin Elo Ayeto, a rights activist wrongfully detained in Malabo Equatorial Guinea...Read More