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STORIES OF RESISTANCE- Human Rights in Equatorial Guinea


conversation with Tutu Alicante

Born and raised in Equatorial Guinea, Tutu Alicante is the founder and executive director of EG Justice,the world's first nonprofit organization that focuses on human rights, anti-corruption, and rule of law in Equatorial Guinea, home to one of the world's longest-lasting dictatorships. In retaliation for his activism, the country's president declared him a "traitor and enemy of the state." A trained human-rights lawyer, Tutu is an expert on authoritarianism, resource revenue transparency, and global kleptocracy. The talk will be in English and is open to all


Africa focus, Human Rights, Humanities, Lecture/Talk, Multicultural/Identity