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Root Causes of Violence in Jonglei, South Sudan

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A Sudanese government-backed rebellion led by former council official David Yau Yau is currently destabilizing Jonglei state, South Sudan. The Enough Project's Laura Heaton recently visited Jonglei to look into the root causes of the conflict. 

A Sudanese government-backed rebellion led by former council official David Yau Yau is currently destabilizing Jonglei state, South Sudan. The Enough Project's Laura Heaton recently visited Jonglei to look into the root causes of the conflict. 

Challenges in Hunt for the LRA

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Enough Project Field Researcher Kasper Agger recently embedded with the Ugandan Army as they pursue Joseph Kony and top LRA commanders across the Central African Republic and South Sudan.

Enough Project Field Researcher Kasper Agger recently embedded with the Ugandan Army to get a close-up view of the army’s efforts as they pursueJoseph Kony and remaining Lord's Resistance Army members across the Central African Republic and South Sudan.

SPLM-N Delegation in Washington

Enough Project Senior Policy Advisor Omer Ismail talks with officials of the Sudanese People's Liberation Movement-North during their visit to Washington D.C.

Enough Project Senior Policy Advisor Omer Ismail talks with officials of the Sudanese People's Liberation Movement-North during their visit to Washington D.C.

Amnesty for LRA Defectors

During a trip to Northern Uganda, Enough Project field researcher Kasper Agger films former LRA fighters discussing implications of the Ugandan government's decision to no longer offer amnesty to rebel defectors.

During a trip to Northern Uganda, Enough Project field researcher Kasper Agger films former LRA fighters discussing implications of the Ugandan government's decision to no longer offer amnesty to rebel defectors.

Names of LRA defectors have been changed for their protection.

Jeffrey Wright: Conflict-Free Philosophy

Actor and activist Jeffrey Wright's mining company, Taia Lion Resources, is helping take the conflict out of conflict minerals. His company's approach in Sierra Leone has parallels for the Congo, where the fight for conflict minerals is fueling the world's deadliest war.

Actor and activist Jeffrey Wright's mining company, Taia Lion Resources, is helping take the conflict out of conflict minerals. His company's approach in Sierra Leone has parallels for the Congo, where the fight for conflict minerals is fueling the world's deadliest war.

To learn more visit www.RaiseHopeForCongo.org

South Sudan Independence - One Year Later

One year after South Sudan's independence from Sudan, Enough Project analysts Jennifer Christian and Amanda Hsiao report from Juba on the policy approaches needed to deal with issues facing both Sudans.

One year after South Sudan's independence from Sudan, Enough Project analysts Jennifer Christian and Amanda Hsiao report from Juba on the policy approaches needed to deal with issues facing both Sudans.

Protests in Sudan

Enough Project Executive Director John Bradshaw talks to Enough Senior Policy Advisor Omer Ismail about the latest anti-regime protests in Sudan.

Enough Project Executive Director John Bradshaw talks to Enough Senior Policy Advisor Omer Ismail about the latest anti-regime protests in Sudan.

Conflict Minerals Legislation - View from Eastern Congo

In February 2012, the Enough Project traveled to eastern Congo to assess the security situation at several major mining sites.

Hunting Kony - on the ground in central Africa

Enough Project field researcher Kasper Agger spent two weeks near Obo, Central African Republic, one of the remote regions where the hunt continues for Joseph Kony and other top leaders of the Lord's Resistance Army.

Enough Project field researcher Kasper Agger spent two weeks near Obo, Central African Republic, one of the remote regions where the hunt continues for Joseph Kony and other top leaders of the Lord's Resistance Army.

Introducing 'I Am Congo'

Coming soon from Raise Hope for Congo, an Enough Project campaign: "I Am Congo," a groundbreaking video series featuring amazing people living their lives in eastern Congo amid the world's deadliest war.

Coming soon from Raise Hope for Congo, an Enough Project campaign: "I Am Congo," a groundbreaking video series featuring amazing people living their lives in eastern Congo amid the world's deadliest war.

These are stories of hope. These are stories of the people who call Congo home -- in their own words.

I Am Congo launches May 1, 2012 at www.RaiseHopeForCongo.org/IAmCongo

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