Blog Posts in Sudan and South Sudan

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 12, 2015

Enough Project Sudan and South Sudan Policy Analyst Justine Fleischner spoke at a June 10 briefing on Capitol Hill titled “The Ongoing Crisis in South Sudan: A Detailed Outlook on the Situation”. The briefing was hosted by Representative Charles Rangel (D-NY13).

Posted by Rachel Finn on Jun 10, 2015

On June 10, the Enough Project, Human Rights Watch, Humanity United, United to End Genocide, American Jewish World Service, and the National Association of Evangelicals wrote to National Security Advisor Susan Rice and Secretary of State John Kerry to urge the imposition of targeted sanctions against more individuals in South Sudan responsible for serious human rights and humanitarian law violations.

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 4, 2015
Letter Urging Confirmation of Mary Catherine Phee

On June 3rd, the Enough Project and 10 other NGOs wrote to Senators McConnell and Reid, urging them to schedule a vote to confirm an Ambassador to South Sudan as soon as possible.

Posted by Enough Team on Jun 3, 2015
The Many Faces of al-Bashir

Recent political shifts in the Persian Gulf could benefit the ruling elite in economically isolated and politically ostracized Sudan, according to a new Enough Project report by Senior Advisor Omer Ismail. The report outlines Sudan’s growing economic dependence on Persian Gulf countries, posits that they now have more leverage to press the NCP on political reforms and compromises for peace, and suggests that American policymakers should use these relationships to encourage greater constructive engagement from Sudan.

Posted by Enough Team on May 20, 2015

On May 15, South Sudanese human rights activist Simon Deng began “a hunger strike for South Sudan”. In addition to fasting and protesting outside the White House for the past 6 days, Deng has released an open letter to President Barack Obama calling on the U.S. government to play a more active role in supporting peace in South Sudan.