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Enough's 5 Recommended Reads | April 20

Enough's 5 Recommended Reads is a biweekly series featuring important stories you may have missed.  Read More »

Enough Project Responds with Serious Concerns about SEC Statements on Conflict Minerals

The Enough Project takes serious issue with recent statements by Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Acting Chairman Michael Piwowar and the SEC Division of Corporate Finance regarding the SEC's Conflict Minerals Rule. The statements are in strong contradiction to recent public comments submitted to the SEC and appear to be highly irregular.   Read More »

The Center Does Not Hold in Kasai

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This two-part blog series aims to shed light on wider violence in the Kasai region based on recent field reporting carried out there. The disappearances and killings of the investigators highlight the risks involved in documenting human rights violations in the area. They also emphasize the ongoing need for such reporting.  Read More »

In Kasai, A Violent Quest for Prosperity

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This two-part blog series aims to shed light on wider violence in the Kasai region based on recent field reporting carried out there. The disappearances and killings of the investigators highlight the risks involved in documenting human rights violations in the area. They also emphasize the ongoing need for such reporting.  Read More »

Enough Upstander Tracy McGrady Named to Basketball Hall of Fame

On April 1, two-time NBA scoring champion Tracy McGrady was officially named to the Basketball Hall of Fame. The Enough Project congratulates McGrady, an Enough celebrity upstander, on this immense recognition and thanks him for his years of support for Darfuri children in refugee camps.  Read More »

Enough's 5 Recommended Reads | April 6

Enough's 5 Recommended Reads is a biweekly series featuring important stories you may have missed.   Read More »

New Report - Border Control from Hell: How the EU's migration partnership legitimizes Sudan's "militia state"

Today, the Enough Project released a new report, "Border Control from Hell: How the EU's Migration Partnership Legitimizes Sudan's “Militia State.” This report, authored by Senior Advisor Suliman Baldo, details how the European Union’s (EU) partnership with the Sudanese regime as part of a migration management program strengthens the capacities of the country’s security and law enforcement agencies, including the notorious Rapid Support Forces (RSF).  Read More »

11 Letters from Congolese Civil Society Groups in Support of the U.S. Conflict Minerals Law

In recent weeks, human rights groups and civil society members based in eastern Congo and the region issued 11 different letters in support of Dodd-Frank 1502, representing 111 organizations in total.  Read More »

Is the Kimberley Process B.S.?

Having represented the United States in the Kimberley Process (KP) Certification Scheme for more than four years, and been connected to it in different ways since leaving the U.S. government, I have seen many sides of the KP and those who work within it. The representatives from government, industry, and civil society are mostly working for positive ends and seeking to do good. That is not b.s.  Read More »

Enough Project Statement on U.N. Investigators Killed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Enough Project is deeply saddened by the deaths of United Nations Group of Experts investigators Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalán and their interpreter, Betu Tshintela. Their driver, Isaac Kabuayi and two unidentified motorbike drivers traveling with the group are still missing. We extend our condolences to all of their families and colleagues.  Read More »

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