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[PDF] Labour and Trade Union Freedom in Equatorial Guinea

Author: Alicia Campos Serrano & Plácido Micó Abogo, Fundación Paz y Solidaridad Serafín Aliaga de Comisiones Obreras, Published on: 11 October 2006

Almost 40 years after the Equatorial Guinean people gained independence from Spain...they have not regained their freedom nor democracy...This study analyses workers’ conditions and rights in Equatorial Guinea...The respect of workers’ fundamental rights...is extremely scarce as depicted in different reports on human rights...[includes sections on freedom of association, forced labour, child labour, etc.] [refers to ExxonMobil, Amerada Hess (now Hess Corporation), Energy Africa (owned by Tullow Oil), GEPetrol, Marathon Oil, Noble Energy, British Gas (part of Centrica)]

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Related companies: British Gas (part of Centrica) Centrica ExxonMobil GEPetrol Hess Corporation Marathon Oil Noble Energy Triton Energy (part of Amerada Hess)