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Posted by Enough Team on Apr 06, 2017
Enough's 5 Recommended Reads i
s a biweekly series featuring important stories you may have missed.
- "A Way Out? Models for negotiating an exit plan for entrenched leadership in South Sudan" (Enough Forum Paper)
This March 28 Enough Project Forum paper focuses on select case studies where leadership responsible for the sparking, evolution and/or escalation of various conflicts were induced to exit the political scene through negotiated measures as a means to resolve the conflicts, and explores possibilities for a negotiated exit strategy to bring an end to the conflict in South Sudan.
- "Enough Project Statement on U.N. Investigators Killed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo" (Statement)
The Enough Project is deeply saddened by the deaths of United Nations Group of Experts investigators Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalán and their interpreter, Betu Tshintela, and calls for a thorough and independent investigation into the circumstances surrounding their deaths and related disappearances.
- "Corrupt Leaders Thrust South Sudan Into Famine and Abject Ruin" (Op-Ed)
In this March 22nd Daily Beast op-ed, Enough Project Founding Director John Prendergast describes how a legacy of corruption and violence has finally caught up to South Sudan, the world’s newest country, as the United Nations has declared a full-blown famine, a rare designation not made for any part of the world since 2011.
- "Marking International Women's Day 2017" (Blog)
For International Women’s Day 2017, the Enough Project highlighted the vulnerable security situation for the women in eastern Congo’s mining areas.
- "John Prendergast Speaks on Famine in South Sudan" (Interview)
On March 20th, Enough Project's Founding Director John Prendergast spoke to Channel 4 ITN News in the UK this week about the devastating famine in South Sudan.