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The Forgotten Genocidal War in Darfur Revealed in New Satellite Photos

DigitalGlobe imagery - Saraf Omra, North Darfur, Sudan

 Our generation went to college when green “Save Darfur” rubber bracelets were ubiquitous on campuses across the country. Congress passed a unanimous resolution in 2004 declaring that the situation in Darfur amounted to a state-sponsored genocide by proxy Janjaweed militias. We stood on the National Mall and chanted “never again starts right now.” A decade later … Darfur is up in flames once again.  Read More »

Congressional Caucus Calls for Action on South Sudan Violence

On March 20, the Co-Chairs of Congressional Caucus on Sudan and South Sudan including Reps. Barbara Lee (D-CA), Frank Wolf (R-VA), Michael Capuano (D-MA), and Michael McCaul (R-TX), along with 48 other Members of Congress, led a bipartisan letter to the Administration, calling for targeted action and continued engagement on the violence occurring in South Sudan.   Read More »

ICC conviction of former Congo rebel commander is a missed opportunity

The judgment against Congolese former rebel commander Germain Katanga marked a milestone for the International Criminal Court (ICC).

For the first time in its 12 years, the court ruled on charges of sexual violence, although the result was disappointing, barely a whimper.  Read More »

Apply: 2014 Carl Wilkens Fellowship

Carl Wilkens Fellows

Applications are now being accepted for the Carl Wilkens Fellowship, a selective year-long, part-time program that aims to give a diverse set of individuals at every level of experience the tools and resources to build sustained political will to end genocide.  Read More »

New Report: Interrupting the Silence, Addressing Congo's Sexual Violence Crisis

A victim of a mass rape campaign in the town of Fizi, Democratic Republic of Con

Sexual and gender-based violence, or SGBV, has been a defining feature of a complex armed conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that has endured for decades and is rooted in economic, political, land, and ethnic competition.  Read More »

Enough, NGO Coalition Letter to UN on Congo Peacekeeping Mission

The United Nations Security Council is currently debating the extension of the mandate of the UN peacekeeping mission in Congo, which is up for renewal on April 1, 2014. Together with Oxfam, World Vision, and five other non-governmental organizations, the Enough Project published an open letter to the Security Council giving recommendations for MONUSCO on civilian protection, governance, and the peace process.   Read More »

Op-ed: Another Kind of Surge

A little over three years ago, in advance of the referendum for South Sudan's independence, the great fear of the Sudanese and the broader international community was that the war between the north and south -- a war that was perhaps the second-deadliest globally since World War II -- might reignite.   Read More »

House Foreign Affairs Committee Passes Electrify Africa Act

On February 27, the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, chaired by U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-CA), unanimously passed H.R. 2548, the Electrify Africa Act, which seeks to improve access for 68 percent of the population in the sub-Saharan region who as of 2010 had no access to electricity.  Read More »

Enough Project, Other NGOs to World Bank: Effective DDR Program Needed in Congo

Since the defeat of the M23 in eastern Congo, around 8,000 combatants of other rebel groups surrendered to the Congolese army. The surrenders are a very positive development, but the Congolese government together with are slow to put in place a robust disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration program (DDR). They risk losing a great opportunity for peace.  Read More »

Five Stories You May Have Missed This Week

A weekly round up of must-read stories, posted every Friday.  Read More »

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