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New Enough Report: As Rwanda Supports Rebellion in Congo, U.S. Must Re-evaluate its Policies Toward Kigali

In light of mounting evidence of the Rwandan government’s support of Bosco Ntaganda and the rebellious M23 movement, the U.S. government must critically re-evaluate its military and development aid and foreign policy strategy vis-à-vis Kigali and urge further high-level investigations into the alleged incidents of Rwandan interference.  Read More »

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Historic Day for ICC as Ocampo Passes the Mantle of Chief Prosecutor to Bensouda

After nine years as the face of the International Criminal Court—formative years for the world’s first permanent international tribunal created in 2002—Luis Moreno-Ocampo’s tenure as chief prosecutor ends today. Moreno-Ocampo established a legacy of addressing impunity whether for a field commander or a head of state, chipping away at the aura of invincibility that often accompanies the world’s most notorious war criminals  Read More »

Ben Affleck: Supporting African Solutions

Actor Ben Affleck describes his Enough Moment and how his Congo activism has made him think differently about aid.  Read More »

New Enough Brief: Improving MONUSCO’s Ability to Protect Civilians

The recent violence in eastern Congo has served to expose MONUSCO’s continuing shortfalls in implementing its civilian protection mandate—one of the central purposes of the mission. In light of the U.N. Security Council’s imminent review of MONUSCO’s record, the Enough Project today issued a set of recommendations for strengthening the ability of peacekeepers to respond in a timely way to outbreaks of violence, to save lives, and to prevent traumatizing abuses at the hands of militia fighters.  Read More »

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U-Turn: Time for U.S., U.K. to Change Rwanda Policy

Evidence is mounting that Rwanda is supporting the new rebellion in eastern Congo, the M23, with recruits, weapons, and ammunition. The U.N., U.S., and U.K. should immediately make public their understanding of the role of Rwanda in the conflict in eastern Congo and the extent of their bilateral and multilateral relations with that country.  Read More »

John Prendergast to Speak at Conference on Diversity and Globalization at Richland Community College

Jun 14 2012
Jun 15 2012
America/New York

 

Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast will be the keynote speaker at the Conference on Diversity and Globalization at Richland Community College.

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Location: Richland Community College (map)

                Decatur, Illinois

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A Glimmer of Hope for the Women in Congo

Tomorrow, May 31, marks Margot Wallström's last day serving as the U.N.'s Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Sexual Violence in Conflict, a position she has held since April 2010. Wallström has been a prominent figure in the fight against sexual violence in areas throughout the world, including Congo. She authored this op-ed, originally featured in the Huffington Post, which highlights the “I Am Congo” video profile of Congolese human rights lawyer Denise Siwatula.  Read More »

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