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Guest Op-Ed: The Senate must act fast to confirm Gayle Smith

In this May 5 op-ed that originally appeared in The Hill, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress Molly Elgin-Cossart urges the U.S. Senate to quickly confirm the President's appointment of Gayle Smith as Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development.  Read More »

My Night with Robin Wright

Robin Wright and student activists

In April 2015, CFCI Campus Organizer Corey Jones had the opportunity to attend an event at the University of Florida with actor and activist Robin Wright. In this post Corey reflects on the evening, the power of influence, and his work advocating for peace in Congo.  Read More »

Go to the World Premiere of Disney’s Tomorrowland with George Clooney

The Enough Project is partnering again with Omaze and Not on Our Watch giving individuals the chance to join George Clooney, co-founder of the Satellite Sentinel Project, at the Disneyland premiere of his new film, Tomorrowland.  Read More »

Enough Project Lauds Gayle Smith’s Nomination as USAID Administrator

The Enough Project commends the Obama administration’s decision to nominate Gayle Smith, co-founder of the Enough Project, to run USAID.  Read More »

New Congo Report: Congo’s Conflict Gold Rush and How to Counter it

A trade in illegally mined and smuggled “conflict gold” is fueling both high-level military corruption and violent rebel groups in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to a new report by the Enough Project. “Congo’s Conflict Gold Rush: Bringing gold into the legal trade in the Democratic Republic of Congo,” by the Enough Project’s Fidel Bafilemba and Sasha Lezhnev, offers an in-depth portrait of the conflict gold supply chain, from muddy artisanal mines where gold is dug out with shovels and pick-axes, through illicit transport routes in Uganda, Burundi, and Dubai. Based on seven months of field research at mines and in regional capitals, the report provides an in-depth discussion of solutions to the conflict gold supply chain. The U.S. government, European Union, jewelers, socially responsible investors, the World Bank, and activists all have important roles to play.  Read More »

"RESTORE 2100" Calories Campaign and Refugee Rations Report from i-ACT

Partner organization i-ACT has launched the "RESTORE 2100" (calories) campaign and published their Refugee Rations Report in response to cuts to food rations for Sudanese refugees living in eastern Chad. In 2014, food rations were cut from the World Food Program-recommended 2,100 calories per person, per day to approximately 800 calories per person, per day, which is having dramatic effects on the lives of the refugees.  Read More »

Dr. Denis Mukwege Pens NY Times Op-Ed on 'Conflict Minerals'

This op-ed originally appeared on The New York Times and was written by Dr. Denis Mukwege, the founder and medical director of the Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, and founder of the PanziFoundation USA.  Read More »

Nigeria Has Decided, But in Sudan Elections Don't Mean Choice

Yesterday, in an historic election, Nigeria had its first peaceful and democratic power transfer. This month, Africa will see another election, in President Omar al Bashir's Sudan. Unfortunately, there, elections don't necessarily mean choice. Given current restrictions on civil society organizations, some fear that if the elections proceed on April 13th, they will only intensify the conflict and worsen the humanitarian crisis in Sudan.  Read More »

Join the Washington, D.C. Walk To End Genocide

On April 26, join Jewish World Watch and Darfur Interfaith Network for the annual Walk to End Genocide, held in DC for the first time this year.  Read More »

Moving Beyond Witness

For Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month this April, the Enough Project and partner organizations have launched Moving Beyond Witness, a national campaign to energize those working to commemorate lives lost in past genocides, end ongoing atrocities, and prevent future ones.  Read More »

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