Our Campaigns & Initiatives

We are raising awareness and taking action to address human rights crimes in Sudan, South Sudan, Congo, Somalia, and areas of Africa affected by the Lord's Resistance Army. Join us.

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Janjaweed Reincarnate

Enough reports on Sudan's new army of war criminals

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VICE News Op-ed: Sudan's Silent Suffering Is Getting Worse

Sudan may be the world’s most murderous conflict. But the suffering of its people has been obscured, redacted, made silent.

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The Impact of Dodd-Frank and Conflict Minerals Reforms on Eastern Congo’s War

Just four years after enactment of historic Dodd-Frank “conflict minerals” legislation, a new investigative report by the Enough Project identifies early signs of success.

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A Path to Peace for South Sudan

A guide to the fundamental issues that must be addressed to end South Sudan’s new civil war and establish peace and security

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Behind the Headlines: Drivers of Violence in the Central African Republic

The Enough Project has been closely following the violent conflict in Central African Republic, where mass killings and human rights abuses continue at an alarming rate.

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Open Letter from the Enough Project and Humanity United on Sudan and South Sudan

Three areas where U.S. policy could be enhanced towards both Sudan and South Sudan: promoting accountability, supporting peace, and fostering democratic transformation.

Special Topics

  • Cofounder of the Enough Project, John Prendergast is known as a champion of human rights in Africa. But the not-so-public face of JP is the life he’s led as a Big Brother to Michael Mattocks.

  • Answers to frequently asked questions about conflict minerals and conflict minerals provisions in the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act.

  • On sale now! Human rights activist John Prendergast and Oscar-nominated actor Don Cheadle bring us an empowering and hopeful new book, as they reveal the steps being taken by engaged citizens—"Upstanders"—famous and unknown, here and abroad, to combat genocide, rape, and child soldierdom in Africa.

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