Eco-guards accused of torture and extrajudicial killing in the Republic of Congo

On 10 November 2017, a man died after being beaten and abused by eco-guards in the Republic of Congo. The 32-year old man, Freddy Ndadé, was arrested with two other men for alleged poaching. They were arrested in the Central African Republic, near the border with the Republic of Congo.

Wildlife Conservation Society partners with loggers in the Republic of Congo. Indigenous Bayaka dispossessed

In 1993, the Wildlife Conservation Society convinced the government of the Republic of Congo to create the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park. It covers an area of 4,238.7 square kilometres. The park was set up without the consent of the indigenous Bayaka people, who lost a large part of their ancestral forests…