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5 Best Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

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A weekly round-up of must-read stories, posted every Friday.  Read More »

Our Mission To The Moon

Prepare to be mesmerized by Invisible Children’s new activist journal, “This is Our Mission to the Moon: The Rescue of Joseph Kony’s Child Soldiers.”

Field Dispatch: The LRA - Reorganized and re-supplied?

Recent Lord’s Resistance Army attacks display worrying signs of a more organized, larger, and better-armed rebel force. These developments raise questions about the LRA’s ability to rearm and secure supplies.


The LRA: Reorganized and Re-supplied?

Recent Lord’s Resistance Army attacks display worrying signs of a more organized, larger, and better-armed rebel force. These developments raise questions about the LRA’s ability to rearm and secure supplies.  Read More »

Fresh Attacks in South Sudan Raise Fears of Resurgent LRA

Recent accounts of the latest Lord’s Resistance Army attacks in South Sudan suggest that the rebel group has grown in numbers and is in possession of new and ample ammunition.  Read More »

Activists Take to the Streets to Raise Awareness about LRA

A significant crowd turned out on Saturday afternoon for the 5th annual GULUWALK, an international peace walk hosted in over 60 cities around the world.  Read More »

Forced From Their Homes: The State of Africa's Displaced Populations

Displaced people arrive at camp in Congo

Thursday marked the beginning of the two-day special African Union summit, convened by Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, that aims to ratify the Convention on the Protection and Assistance of the Displaced People in Africa. On this occasion, here’s a quick look at the IDP and refugee situations in Enough’s conflict areas.  Read More »

5 Best Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

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A weekly round-up of must-read stories, posted every Friday.  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 »

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