Blog Posts in Human Rights

Posted by Guest Contributor on Dec 5, 2013

Yesterday the Dutch government decided to offer debt relief to Sudan, an extraordinarily misguided action, the more so since Sudan was the only country favored by such relief.  

Posted by Mohammed Adawulai on Dec 4, 2013

Last week, the Enough Project participated in a Google+ Hangout hosted by Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab, or DMAP Lab, of the Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies. 

Posted by Guest Contributor on Nov 27, 2013
Guest-blogger Elizabeth Atalay of Documama

I am not a big fan of violent video games, so clearly I’m not about to support a company that produces a product that feeds into real life armed conflict.

Posted by Annie Callaway on Nov 27, 2013
Student representatives Georges and Jake deliver the letter to U.S. Special Envo

I was touched by the sincerity of U.S. Special Envoy Feingold as I watched Georges and Jake hand him an open letter from 73 campuses.

Posted by Enough Team on Nov 26, 2013
Congolese president Joseph Kabila casts his ballot in the country's presidential

In early October, the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Independent National Electoral Commission, or INEC, declared the release of a roadmap for the 2013-2016 election cycle on November 8, 2013.