Blog Posts in Sexual and Gender Based Violence

Posted by Enough Team on Apr 23, 2015

This op-ed originally appeared on The New York Times and was written by Dr. Denis Mukwege, the founder and medical director of the Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, and founder of the PanziFoundation USA.

Posted by Travis Roberts on Mar 6, 2015
Credit: Goran Tomasevic/Reuters

Editor's Note: This op-ed was written by Justine Fleischner and Akshaya Kumar and originally appeared in The Daily Beast as "Will There Ever Be Peace In South Sudan?" on February 7th, 2015.

Posted by Annie Callaway on Mar 3, 2015

House of Cards actor and Enough Project upstander Robin Wright wants you to join her for lunch on the set of the hit television series to talk politics, power, and maybe even Congo. It only costs $10 and the funds benefit Enough’s Raise Hope for Congo campaign.

Posted by Enough Team on Nov 10, 2014

The plight of women and children in eastern Congo has not received the urgent response it needs, which has facilitated widespread impunity. This culture of impunity allows perpetrators to continue their violations against vulnerable civilians. Sanctions on such perpetrators help combat the culture of impunity by holding the guilty accountable, allowing the survivors and their communities the opportunity to move forward and sending a clear message that violence against women and children will not be tolerated.

Posted by Holly Dranginis on Aug 8, 2014

When Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee led women in song at the fish markets on the Liberian coast in the late 1990s, she began one of the most striking peace movements of our time. Amidst brutal civil war, Gbowee mobilized women across diverse religious and political affiliations to demand inclusion in their country’s peace process. As they advanced from church basements to picket lines to presidential palaces, little did Gbowee know she would inspire women over a decade later, almost three thousand miles away in the war-ravaged eastern provinces of the Democratic Republic of Congo.