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  • 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.

  • The world's worst human rights abuses require permanent solutions. The Enough Project uses cutting-edge research, advocacy and campaigning to work toward ending genocide and crimes against humanity.

  • Activists rallied against attorney Bart Fisher, who the government of Sudan is paying $20,000 a month to lobby for removal from the US State Sponsors of Terrorism list.

  • Delly Mawazo Sesete talks about the petition he started on Change.org asking Apple CEO Tim Cook to make a conflict-free product that includes minerals from eastern Congo.

  • A group of activists rallied at the grand opening of the Apple Grand Central Terminal store to encourage the company to create the world's first conflict-free product sourcing clean minerals from the Congo.

  • Congo Rally in front of the White House on Nov. 21, 2011.

     

     

  • On the heels of the latest round of brutal attacks in Sudan, Sudan Now is running a campaign to raise awareness and pressure policy makers to take action. Visit www.SudanActionNow.org for more.

  • Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast and Policy Advisor Omer Ismail discuss the Nov. 10 2011 bombing of a refugee camp in South Sudan by Sudanese military aircraft. Ismail just returned from the region, where he heard accounts of refugees from Blue Nile State.

  • Actress and activist Robin Wright recently visited eastern Congo with the Enough Project, to see first-hand the effects of the fight to control Congo's conflict minerals.