Blog Posts in Genocide

Posted by David Carden on Jul 12, 2013
Joseph Akol Makeer

On July 11, The Enough Project hosted Joseph Akol Makeer for a presentation at the Center for American Progress. Makeer,a former Lost Boy of Sudan, fled his home in the south with thousands of  Lost Boys in 1987 who feared being killed by or recruited to fight for the Khartoum regime.

Posted by Clayton Southerly on Jul 12, 2013
Report cover image

A new multimedia report and video produced for the Enough Project by Matthew LeRiche, and filmmaker Viktor Pesenti sheds light on the atrocities propagated by the government of Sudan in Blue Nile State as it combats the Sudan Revolutionary Front, or SRF.

Posted by Clayton Southerly on Jul 10, 2013
Presidents Salva Kirr and Omar al-Bashir (L-R) in Juba.

The Sudan Democracy First Group released the second issue of its monthly newsletter last week, providing analysis of the crises currently gripping the Sudans.

Posted by Enough Team on Jul 8, 2013
(L-R) John Prendergast, Eric Reeves, Brian D’Silva, Ted Dagne and Roger Miller

A group of pro-South Sudan activists in the Unites States have released a letter sent to president Salva Kiir and other senior officials in Juba expressing concern over what they described as "increasingly perilous fate" of the new state which came to life in July 2011 after voting almost unanimously to gain independence from Sudan.

Posted by David Carden on Jun 21, 2013
Representative Jim McGovern at Act Against Atrocities Day (Enough Project).

More than 200 activists came together on June 10 for the Enough Project’s Act Against Atrocities Advocacy Day, in conjunction with One Million Bones .