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Margot Wallström is a former Member of Parliament, Cabinet Minister of Sweden and diplomat, who until recently held the post of United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) on Sexual Violence in Conflict. Prior to this, she served for ten years as European Commissioner: 1999-2004 as Environment Commissioner, and 2004-2010 as Vice President and Commissioner for Institutional Relations and Communication Strategy in the Barroso Commission. She is currently the chairman of Lund University in Sweden.

Report: Coming Clean: A Proposal for Getting Conflict Minerals Back on Track

Although substantial progress has been made in supply chain reform and demilitarizing mines in the DRC, gaps in the mineral certification process threaten to undermine these advances, a new Enough Project report argues.   Read More »

Enough 101: Crisis in the Central African Republic: What You Need to Know Now

This week's post in the series Enough 101 offers an overview of the Central African Republic, and contextualizes current events in the state.  Read More »

My Passion for Building Peace in Congo

Georges Nzabanita Iyamuremye

 Georges Nzabanita Iyamuremye, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, is a student leader for CFCI. Check out his story about how he got involved in the intiative.  Read More »

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The M23 Rebellion is Over

A Congolese army soldier responds to cheers from civilians in eastern Congo.

The M23 rebel group announced on November 5 that it will disarm and  “pursue by purely political means the search for solutions” to the root causes of the conflict.   Read More »

WILD Magazine Feature: "Champions of Peace"

John Prendergast

WILD magazine recently published an article, “Champions of Peace”, highlighting Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast and the scope of work that Enough does against genocide, mass atrocities, and crimes against humanity.  Read More »

Dreams Deferred in Abyei: The Road to Referendum

Last week, the Ngok Dinka community of the contested Abyei region that lies between Sudan and South Sudan announced the results of a historic unilateral referendum. Over 99 percent of Ngok Dinka voted in an expression of collective will to transfer Abyei from Sudan’s sovereignty to South Sudan.   Read More »

Legislators Stand Up for Conflict-Free Minerals on the Hill

Last week, a number of current and former members of Congress joined the fight over the provision of the Dodd-Frank Act which requires corporationsto become more transparent and clean up their supply chains.   Read More »

Five Stories You May Have Missed This Week

A weekly roundup of must-read stories, posted every Friday (and sometimes Sundays).   Read More »

Rights Groups Urge for Swift International Action to Protect Civilians in the Central African Republic

Rebel soldiers drive through the center of the capital Bangui in Central African

In response to the rapidly deteriorating security situation in the Central African Republic, the Enough Project has signed on to a press statement calling attention to the crisis and urging swift international action.  Read More »

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