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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 »

Caught in the Crossfire: Child Soldiers in South Sudan Have Few Alternatives

Youth have been key fighters in South Sudan’s various conflicts for decades, as depicted in the new feature film The Good Lie. As the country’s ongoing crisis unfolds, with little evidence of abatement, youth continue to suffer the consequences as both the victims and perpetrators of violence, with few alternatives for a better life.  Read More »

Think Progress Op-Ed: How War Criminals And Human Rights Violators Exploit U.S. Banks

Ill deeds on a mass scale require money – heaps of it. And for those who get their working capital through trafficking, pillage, and corruption comes the problem of where to stash their cash. For far too long, the American financial system and corporate structures have been exploited to enable the actions and transactions of the worst of the worst.  Read More »

Daily Beast Op-Ed: ‘The Good Lie’ and the Hard Truths of South Sudan

The Good Lie should be about the past. Unfortunately, a new war, rooted in the embers of the one that brought the Lost Boys and Girls to America, has engulfed South Sudan today.  Read More »

New Generation of Lost Girls at Risk in South Sudan

Sudan’s second civil war and U.S. humanitarian efforts elevated the “lost boys” to widespread recognition. But little attention has been paid to the “lost girls” of Sudan. As South Sudan plunges back into violent conflict, the risks girls face are mounting, including sexual and gender-based violence.  Read More »

Guest Review of The Good Lie

Katie-Jay Scott Stauring, Director of Operations and Community Involvement at i-ACT, wrote this piece following her attendance at the screening of The Good Lie at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.  Read More »

New Report on South Sudan: Spoils of War, Spoilers of Peace

Our latest publication on the crisis in South Sudan urges the international community to build economic leverage for peace by imposing consequences for the country’s warring elites who are undermining the peace process, committing atrocities, and obstructing humanitarian aid.  Read More »

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