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Nicole Kidman to Congress: Impunity Stokes Sexual Violence

Rarely does the Rayburn House Office Building see such a crowd, but with Academy Award winning actress and UNIFEM Goodwill Ambassador Nicole Kidman set to testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee yesterday, people lined up to hear what she had to say about an issue she’s passionate about: international violence against women.  Read More »

Presenting... The Field Dispatch

This week, Enough launches "Field Dispatch," a new series by our field researchers in southern Sudan, Congo, and Uganda. In the inaugural edition Enough's Ledio Cakaj reports on former LRA fighters he recently met.  Read More »

LRA Attacks Devastate Sudanese Communities

“Tell them about our suffering here,” said the Bishop of Yambio of the Sudanese Episcopal Church. “The LRA is killing, raping and looting in our communities and the world does not know about it,” he added.  Read More »

Can You Hear Me Now

February 4, 2009: Joel and Benji Madden, of Good Charlotte, spoke to students at American University with Enough's John Prendergast about the crisis in Congo and the illicit trade in the region's conflict minerals that fuels the conflict.

Students Growing the Movement for Sudan and Congo

Although their loyalties may be divided when it comes to hockey, it was amazing to see how united the student bodies of Miami of Ohio and Boston University are in their activism around ending the suffering of people in Sudan and Congo.  Read More »

Ryan Gosling & John Prendergast on What YOU Can Do to End Genocide

Actor Ryan Gosling & ENOUGH! Co-Founder John Prendergast discuss how you can get involved and end genocide.

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NGOs to UN: Step Up Civilian Protection in Congo

IDP camp in eastern Congo- L. Heaton

The death and displacement caused by a Congolese army offensive in eastern Congo to root out the ruthless FDLR militia is an "unacceptable cost" of the military campaign. So says a group of 84 international and Congolese nongovernmental groups working in eastern Congo that have closely monitored the wake of the offensive against the FDLR that began in January.  Read More »

Conversation between Photography and Policy

Photos (and other multimedia) can provide a powerful catalyst for change. When combined with clear context and actions, they can focus people on the essential elements of a crisis or human drama and create an avenue for connecting the viewer to the solution, empowering us to act in solidarity.  Read More »

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