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  • 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.

  • 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.

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

  • The Enough Project has produced an interractive timeline and tracker table to track the compliance of Sudan, South Sudan, and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North's, or SPLM-N's, compliance with the United Nations Security Council Resolution 2046.

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Panelists discussed the various components and benefits of the Youth PROMISE Act.

  • George Clooney and his father Nick joined members of Congress and activists at the Sudanese Embassy in Washington, D.C., calling on the government of Sudan to end its indiscriminate bombing campaign against people in the Nuba Mountains and restore humanitarian access immediately.

  • In a recent trip across the Sudanese border into rebel-held territory in Sudan's Nuba Mountains, George Clooney witnessed rocket attacks and the effects of aerial bombardment by the Sudanese regime against the Nuban people. This trip diary was written and directed by George Clooney in the field with the Enough Project.