Blog Posts in Attacks

Posted by Evan Anderson on Nov 21, 2013
Rebel soldiers drive through the center of the capital Bangui in Central African

As the security situation in the Central African Republic worsens, a coalition of NGOs including the Enough Project urges a comprehensive U.S. government strategy to halt violence, protect civilians, and defend human rights. 

Posted by Evan Anderson on Oct 4, 2013

The new short film Blue Denial depicts the human cost of the atrocities taking place in the Blue Nile State in Sudan. 

Posted by Enough Team on Sep 26, 2013
Civilians walking out of Westgate mall, Nairobi.

I live less than a mile and half away from Nairobi’s Westgate Mall. The four-day siege on the shopping center rocked our community.

Posted by Guest Contributor on Sep 23, 2013
Refugees in Blue Nile State, Sudan

This week I published the fifth update to my original May 6, 2011 report and data spreadsheet on military attacks on civilians and humanitarians in Sudan. 

Posted by Enough Team on Sep 23, 2013
Seleka rebels patrol the streets of Bangui in March (Credit: Reuters)

Central African Republic — or CAR — baring an improbably simple name and lacking much in the way of resources and population. The country is not only real, it’s in the middle of a spate of lawlessness that has left the population terrorized and the government nearly non-existent.