You are invited to attend an open hearing of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on "Ridding Central Africa of Joseph Kony: Continuing U.S. Support", to be held by the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations.
The 2015 Conflict Free Sourcing Initiative Annual Conference will bring together industry representatives, auditors, regulatory compliance professionals, government representatives, and others to discuss responsible minerals sourcing.
Please join The Center for Investigative Reporting, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Humanity United for the West Coast premiere of “Madina’s Dream,” followed by a panel discussion with leading experts on Sudan.
Join Enough's Lindsey Hutchinson for a screening of Academy Award-nominated director Hubert Sauper's We Come As Friends. The director of Darwin's Nightmare takes audiences on this voyage in his tiny, self-made, tin-and-canvas flying machine. He leads viewers into most improbable locations and into people's thoughts and dreams, in both stunning and heartbreaking ways. Chinese oil workers, U.N. peacekeepers, Sudanese warlords and American evangelists ironically weave common ground in this documentary, a complex, profound and humorous cinematic endeavor. Join Enough Project's Lindsey Hutchison for a screening of Academy Award®-nominated director Hubert Sauper’s We Come As Friends.
Please join the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission for a congressional staff briefing on the U.S. strategy to stop Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). The briefing will feature Enough Project's Sasha Lezhnev.
Enough Project staff Annie Callaway and Sasha Lezhnev will join the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG) for a briefing that will seek to provide insights on key conflict minerals issues affecting companies.
As we approach the fourth anniversary of the day the United States recognized South Sudan as a sovereign independent state, please join the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission for a hearing on the current human rights situation in South Sudan. The hearing will feature the Enough Project's Akshaya Kumar.
Join Enough Project Senior Advisor Omer Ismail and other experts for a Senate Human Rights Caucus panel discussion with experts regarding the prospects for accountability, justice and peacebuilding in Sudan.
Policy Analyst Holly Dranginis will join two other experts at the NYC Bar Association for an event on Congo's conflict minerals trade and related international regulatory efforts to curb that trade. The panelists will discuss the effectiveness of the Dodd Frank 1502 legislation, the reporting required by it, and the Court of Appeals’ decision on First Amendment grounds in the litigation that upheld most of the SEC’s conflict minerals rule.
Enough Project South Sudan Policy Consultant Justine Fleischner will join other experts on Capitol Hill for a discussion on the conflict in South Sudan, the humanitarian crises impacting the country, and ongoing efforts towards peace.
Town & Country will hold its second annual Philanthropy Summit with a dynamic group of visionaries who are redefining philanthropy and launching a new era of innovation. The Summit will feature a discussion with the Enough Project's John Prendergast and Omer Ismail on ending genocide.
Enough's Greg Hittelman joins Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow ("Hurt Locker," "Zero Dark Thirty"), Philippe Cousteau, and other notable panelists at the 2015 Milken Institute Global Conference, for a discussion exploring trends for scaling up resources to conserve the our flora and fauna for generations to come. Issues addressed will include connections between elephant poaching and transnational trafficking operations.
In commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, an exploration of how art can address tragedy. A reading from three new plays and a panel discussion featuring leading theatre artists, distinguished members of the Armenian community, and the Enough Project's Greg Hittelman.
Join the Enough Project in participating in the first-ever Washington, D.C. Walk to End Genocide this April. The D.C. walk is being organized by the Darfur Interfaith Network in partnership with Jewish World Watch as a part of Genocide Awareness and Prevention Month.
Enough Project Founding Director John Prendergast to deliver the keynote speech at "Peacebuilding in the 21st Century", the 3rd Annual Professional Exchange sponsored by Arcadia University's International Peace & Conflict Resolution Master of Arts Program, on Saturday April 25, 2015.
Enough Project Founding Director John Prendergast is co-hosting the 6th Annual Women in the World Summit. The struggles and triumphs of women and girls around the globe come to life in this dynamic three-day summit. World leaders, industry icons, movie stars, and CEOs convene with artists, rebels, peacemakers, and activists to tell their stories and share their plans of action.
Enough Project Policy Analyst Holly Dranginis will speak at the Initiatives in Arts and Culture's Fifth Annual Gold Conference in New York City on a panel titled "The Importance of Building Trust in the Gold Industry: The Journey Toward Responsible Sourcing, and Gaining Consumer Trust in the Retail Market".
Enough Project Founding Director will spend Thursday April 2 at Tampa Preparatory School speaking to students about his passion for peace and how it has led to the end of genocide and crimes against humanity in several regions in Africa.
This session will examine citizen reporting through new technologies. Increased access to mobile devices and widespread use of social and online media spaces have empowered “citizen journalists” to monitor conditions in their communities, and accelerated the collection and dissemination of information in conflict zones. Panelists will discuss the promise, challenge, and limitations of this form of human rights monitoring.
Enough Project Founding Director John Prendergast and other distinguished guests will speak at the March 4th Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission hearing on the ongoing human rights and humanitarian crisis in Sudan. These experts will discuss the ongoing conflict, human rights violations, including gender violence and forced internal displacement, food insecurity, and the related humanitarian needs and challenges in Sudan. Panelists will also provide recommendations on what the United States Congress can do to alleviate human rights abuses and human suffering.
Join us, Jewish World Watch, STAND, and UN Youth to End Sexual Violence for a 3-day conference filled with expert panels, guest speakers, and the opportunity to connect and strategize with students and community activists from across the country who care about and are taking action toward ending and preventing Genocide and mass atrocities. On the third day of the conference we'll travel to Capitol Hill and bring these issues to Members of Congress through direct advocacy.