The Sentry

PEAW Series

 

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The Mafia in the Park

A charcoal syndicate is threatening Virunga, Africa's oldest park

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Modernized Sanctions for Sudan

Unfinished Business for the Obama Administration

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Enough Project in the New York Times

Root Cause & Solutions to the War in South Sudan

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Take Action

Urge U.S. Senators to Support Strong Anti-Wildlife Trafficking Legislation

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Point of Origin

Status Report on the Impact of Dodd-Frank 1502 in Congo

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Deadly Enterprise

Dismantling South Sudan's War Economy and Countering Potential Spoilers

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Tusk Wars

Inside the LRA and the Bloody Business of Ivory

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Your Voice. Amplified.

Enough Project in the news

Special Topics

  • Genocide, mass atrocities, and crimes against humanity are often linked to kleptocrats fomenting violence in nations they are supposed to lead. Perpetrators in Congo, Sudan, and elsewhere use various international financial systems to fuel conflict and sustain their own hold on power. This April, take a stand. 

  • This resource page provides a background and updates on Section 1502 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act related to conflict minerals. It includes information on the law, progress in Congo, and views from Congolese civil society members.

Video and Multimedia

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    On Wednesday June 8, Enough's Brad Brooks-Rubin, testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health Policy, convening for a session on “U.S. Sanctions Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa.”

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    Enough Project's program explores how deploying a series of modernized sanctions tools can create the leverage necessary to achieve the broader diplomatic goal of a successful and comprehensive peace process.

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    John Prendergast testifies before the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Subcommittee on Africa's hearing on “South Sudan’s Prospects for Peace and Security.”