Blog Posts in Genocide

Posted by Enough Team on Sep 24, 2013
Bashir attends the African Union Summit in Nigeria, July 2013

For the first time ever, attendees at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) this week may include a sitting head of state who is the subject of an International Criminal Court (ICC) arrest warrant for genocide and crimes against humanity.

Posted by Akshaya Kumar a... on Sep 20, 2013
President Bashir

The U.S. was put in a difficult diplomatic position this week as ICC indictee and Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir announced his intent to attend the United Nations General Assembly in New York. An agreement between the U.S. and the UN legally requires the U.S. to issue Bashir a visa and facilitate his travel. Although it might seem like restrictive international laws have created this problem, some activists see law as also offering the solution.

Posted by Garrett Moore on Jul 30, 2013
UNMISS Peacekeepers: Relief of Sentries at WFP Warehouse, Jonglei State

Violence in Jonglei, South Sudan’s largest state, has rapidly increased in scope and scale. 

Posted by Garrett Moore on Jul 25, 2013

Yesterday, Invisible Children, a partner organization of the Enough Project, launched its newest campaign against the Lord’s Resistance Army. 

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.