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  • 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.

     

  • Enough Project Policy Adviser Omer Ismail talks to Luka Biong Deng, formerly a minister in Sudan's unity government. Deng resigned and now heads Kush, a community development organization. Deng also continues to advise the community in Abyei, his hometown

  • Join Raise Hope For Congo's "Conflict-Free Campus" initiative and help bring peace to the Congo by making your campus conflict-free. Learn more at www.RaiseHopeForCongo.org/campus.

  • Omer Ismail and John Prendergast discuss the momentous opportunity for democracy in Sudan.

  • Speaking at an emergency hearing on violence in the South Kordofan region of Sudan, Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA) called on Sudanese Pres. Bashir to be removed from power.

  • Visit www.FastDarfur.org for more info.

  • In an in-depth report, Al Jazeera English highlighted the Satellite Sentinel Project's unprecedented imagery of on-the-ground developments in the Nuba Mountains region of Sudan.

  • Chicago Bulls star Luol Deng, a native of South Sudan, is back in Juba to set up a basketball clinic for young South Sudanese and to celebrate independence of the world's newest nation.