Blog Posts in Justice and Accountability

Posted by Amanda Hsiao on Apr 20, 2012

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir announced in a press statement released Friday afternoon that southern forces would unconditionally withdraw from Heglig—10 days after seizing the disputed oil-rich region from Sudan forces—in a gesture that is likely aimed primarily at restoring South Sudan’s declining image before the international community.

Posted by Annette LaRocco on Apr 20, 2012

Highlighting the desperate need for justice and security sector reform in eastern Congo was the defection of controversial warlord-turned-Congolese-general Bosco Ntaganda from the formal military structure, in which he took hundreds of loyal officers and soldiers with him. In the midst of the crisis, Enough’s teams in eastern Congo, Nairobi, and Washington, D.C., have churned out coverage and reflections on a variety of topics related to Ntaganda, justice reform, and the security sector in Congo. Here’s a round-up of the recent blog posts.

Posted by Annie Callaway on Apr 19, 2012

As the world slowly begins to focus its gaze on the rapidly escalating tensions in Sudan, more and more groups are calling for the arrest of indicted war criminal President Omar al-Bashir as a key component to bringing an end to the violence. Joining in this global outcry with some clever new advocacy films is the Paris-based organization “Collectif Urgence Darfour.”

Posted by Enough Team on Apr 18, 2012

Betty Bigombe, Ugandan cabinet minister, member of Parliament, and longtime advocate for survivors of the LRA, shares her Enough Moment.

Posted by Sarah Zingg Wimmer on Apr 18, 2012

News reached Goma yesterday that Col. Baudouin Ngaruye, one of Bosco Ntaganda’s most important allies, has accepted to be transferred to South Kivu. The reason behind Baudouin’s acceptance to be transferred away from the ex-CNDP strongholds in Masisi is uncertain, but the amount of ammunition his troops took along could point to an attempt to expand the area of control held by Ntaganda’s loyalists down to South Kivu.