Blog Posts in Sudan and South Sudan

Posted by Annie Callaway on Jul 23, 2015

President Obama is traveling to Kenya and Ethiopia this week for what might be his last trip in Africa as President of the United States, and this trip offers a unique opportunity trip to set the tone for prioritizing new policy approaches to conflicts that had once seemed intractable.  

Posted by Enough Team on Jul 22, 2015

The Enough Project joined a diverse community of 19 advocacy, faith and human rights organizations issuing an open letter to President Obama as he embarks upon his historic trip to Kenya and Ethiopia. The letter urges the President to take a number of specific steps to help combat the culture of impunity to forge an enabling environment for peace negotiations.

Posted by Enough Team on Jul 21, 2015

This op-ed originally appeared on TIME.com and was written by Enough Project Founding Director John Prendergast. In it, Prendergast discusses how policy efforts to combat atrocities must now begin to center on how to make war more costly than peace.

Posted by Enough Team on Jul 20, 2015

On June 23, Enough Project Senior Advisor Omer Ismail spoke at the Senate Human Rights Caucus special congressional briefing on Sudan, hosted by co-chairs Senator Mark Kirk and Senator Chris Coons and the Washington Working Group on the International Criminal Court (WICC).

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 30, 2015

Today, the Enough Project released a statement calling on the UN Security Council to issue sanctions against human rights abusers in South Sudan as an essential step in combatting the unchecked impunity that has come to define the country's political environment. In addition to demonstrating the international community's united resolve to combat impunity, these sanctions can also help forge an enabling environment for peace negotiations.