Blog Posts in Sexual and Gender Based Violence

Posted by John Prendergast on May 1, 2012

On our second trip together to Africa last Thanksgiving, we decided to go to the place where the deadliest war in the world was occurring: the Congo. The entire time we were there, we traveled with an extraordinary Congolese guy named Fidel Bafilemba. His video profile is the first in a new video series being launched by the Enough Project, called “I Am Congo.”

Posted by Robert Padavick on May 1, 2012

The Enough Project’s Raise Hope for Congo Campaign is proud to present “I Am Congo,” a video series that has been months in the making.

Posted by Enough Team on Apr 26, 2012

The Massachusetts-based Congo Action Now group recently claimed some early success in their efforts to usher a new law through the Massachusetts legislature that would bolster the pending federal law on the use of conflict minerals from Congo. Activist and guest blogger Pat Aron writes about their initiative.

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 Annie Callaway on Apr 3, 2012

Congolese leader Jacques Bahati of the Africa Faith and Justice Network recently returned from a visit to mining communities in eastern Congo and published an interesting report on his findings. The visit concluded that while the SEC continues to delay its decision on the Dodd Frank section 1502 for conflict mineral reform, people in Congo are left hanging in a state of ambiguity.