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Ana Lúcia Sá

I am a researcher on African Studies, with a particular interest on Cameroon intellectuals. Gender, social construction of the body and the building of Eurocentrism are among my interests and my writings. I used to live in Portugal, but, for now, I prefer the Països Catalans.

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Latest posts by Ana Lúcia Sá

Equatorial Guinea: Blogging Political Cartoons

28 July 2011

The blog of Equatoguinean cartoonist Ramón Esono, Las Locuras de Jamón y Queso [es], denounces the country's political situation with cartoons. Each cartoon of the LOCOStv (MADtv) presents well known characters of the Equatoguinean political and social life and some interviews full of satire and parody. President Teodoro Obiang is...

Equatorial Guinea: Blogger Juan Tomás Ávila is Back

24 May 2011

Juan Tomás Ávila has written his first post on his blog Malabo [es] after an absence of two months. In the context of the meeting in Annobon Island to discuss constitutional reforms, held by a committee named by the President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang, Juan Tomás Ávila discusses the inhumanity...

Equatorial Guinea: A New Blog is Born

17 May 2011

A new blog was born in Equatorial Guinea: The Colectivo de Jóvenes de Guinea Ecuatorial [es]. The Colectivo is  a youth organization born clandestinely that uses a digital platform to protest against Teodorin Obiang’s dictatorship. Their firts posts debate and analyze issues of sovereignty and the right to unionize.

Spain: Real Democracy Now!

15 May 2011

The Spanish online movement Democracia Real Ya [es] demands the human right to live with dignity and the end of political and economic corporatism. They have convened a national protest for today, May 15th in many cities in Spain. You can follow the demonstrations on Twitter under the account @democraciareal.

Equatorial Guinea: Online expression

7 May 2011

On World Press Freedom Day, Reporters Without Borders shared a list of press freedom predators. The President of Equatorial Guinea, Teodoro Obiang Nguema, is on the list. In this country,  were there is a tight control of the press, Facebook is often used to share information and opinions on world...

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Equatorial Guinea: Few, but Strong Virtual Voices

15 April 2011

In Equatorial Guinea, where only 2% of the population has access to the Internet, and there are about 11,000 Facebook users and two known blogs. Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel and Eyi Nguema are the only bloggers writing in Equatorial Guinea. For them, blogging is a true commitment with democracy.

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