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.Under the rule of Teodoro Obiang Nguema, the world’s longest ruling head of state, Equatorial Guinea remains a highly corrupt and poor nation. Massive oil revenues are stolen and squandered by the presidential family to maintain a lavish lifestyle while the majority of the people live in poverty.
The regime severely curtails all basic rights and liberties, including freedom of expression, conscience, assembly and association.
It arbitrarily detains, tortures, imprisons, kidnaps and disappears dissidents. and it disdains political opposition, independent media, civil society, trade unions, or any associations it does not control.
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.We work with people in the community to document and accurately report instances of human rights violations and corruption; and we use media and targeted advocacy to demand accountability (seek redress) for those harmed and to create an enabling environment for critical voices.
We collaborate strategically with local and international lawyers, journalists and the youth to create and objective record of human rights violations and kleptocracy.
We use and support legal & non-legal mechanism to influence policy makers to encourage reform.
We connect local actors to resources and training to facilitate their work as the drivers of change.
We use traditional and new media to inform and engage our target audiences.
EG Justice in collaboration with 18 human rights organizations led a successful advocacy campaign to free activist and carronist Ramón Esono Ebalé. Launching the global #FreeNseRamon coalition with hundreds of artists, activists and organizations.
EG Justice collaborated closely with TI France and Sherpa International to support their efforts in the trial against Vice-President Teodoro Obiang Mangue.
Working with 7 human rights organizations EG Justice led an advocacy campaign to revoke the Obiang UNESCO prize, which was finally suspended after our global protest.