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Resource Page - Conflict Minerals: A Broader Push for Reform is Essential

This resource page is designed to provide an update on the efforts to end the conflict minerals trade that finances numerous brutal armed groups in eastern Congo, note remaining challenges, and suggest strategies for encouraging lasting peace.  Read More »

Take Action on the LRA: Invisible Children Launches #KonyInKingi

For the past two years, Kony has frequently received safe haven in a Sudanese-controlled territory called Kafia Kingi on the border of South Sudan and Central African Republic (CAR).  However, it’s nearly impossible to get to him there. You can take action by joining Invisible Children in messaging 10 international leaders who have the power to do something.  Read More »

“Memes for Peace” project promotes peace in South Sudan

With the help of Mothering Across Continents, students in North Carolina have launched a “Memes for Peace” project to promote peace in South Sudan.  Read More »

Movie Trailers That Spark Activism from ‘Iolani School’s 7th Graders

After i-ACT brought "Camp Darfur" to 'Iolani School in Honolulu, HI, some seventh grade students went the extra mile to spark social awareness by creating short video trailers promoting the message that average people can bring about hope and change for the victims and survivors of genocide.  Read More »

CAR: Violence and killings in capital Bangui threaten fragile peace

In the past two weeks there has been an alarming upsurge of violence in the Central African Republic's capital city, Bangui. Combatants, civilians, children, peacekeepers and humanitarian actors have all been severely affected these recent clashes. As political tensions between the transitional government and Anti-Balaka intensify, the roots of this return to instability appear to be multidimensional.  Read More »

"Watchers of the Sky" Documentary Film Opens in NY and LA

On October 17th, the documentary film Watchers of the Sky, an overview of the issue of genocide and its many consequences, opens in theaters in New York and Los Angeles.  Read More »

Guest Review of The Good Lie

Steve Hansch, a Hunger Notes editor with more than 20 years of experience in monitoring and evaluation of aid programs, particularly humanitarian mitigation, relief and recovery, reviews The Good Lie.  Read More »

Enough and partners call for veto of South Sudan security bill

The Enough Project has joined five other human rights organizations in submitting comments and highlighting major concerns on the draft of South Sudan's National Security Service (NSS) Bill, which would give the NSS broad powers and significant authority over the civilian population.  Read More »

Interview on the front lines: Congolese researcher Murairi speaks on Dodd-Frank, conflict minerals

Throughout most of the past decade, the Bisie mineral deposits have been under the physical control of various rebels groups and a renegade brigadeof the Congolese Army. Today, Alphamin awaits government permits to begin modern industrial mining of its Bisie Tin resources; however, conflicts with local artisanal miners have not yet been resolved.  Read More »

Famine Looms in South Sudan as "The Good Lie" Debuts in Theaters

With the dust from the second Sudanese civil war barely settled, South Sudan has plunged back into full-scale conflict that shows no sign of a peaceful resolution. Just as the civil war drove millions from their homes between 1983-2005, and set off a massive humanitarian catastrophe, renewed conflict has left the young nation on the brink of starvation.  Read More »

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