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  • The race to profit from gold in Congo is driving the world's deadliest violence since WWII. Creating a demand for conflict-free gold from Congo is key to stopping the violence.

  •  In a recent visit to the field, the Enough Project's Renata Rendón captures the sentiments of the Ngok Dinka and Misseriya communities who live in the Abyei region.

  • A Sudanese government-backed rebellion led by former council official David Yau Yau is currently destabilizing Jonglei state, South Sudan. The Enough Project's Laura Heaton recently visited Jonglei to look into the root causes of the conflict. 

  • John Prendergast recently testified at a public hearing on the escalating crisis in eastern Congo along with The Honorable Johnnie Carson,Steve Hege, Mvemba Dizolele. 

  • John Prendergast recently sat down with Luis Moreno-OCampo to discuss his work at the International Criminial Court and the role of international justice in addressing the world's worst crimes.

  • Enough Project Field Researcher Kasper Agger recently embedded with the Ugandan Army as they pursue Joseph Kony and top LRA commanders across the Central African Republic and South Sudan.

  • Conflict gold is the greatest generator of revenue for armed groups operating and committing mass atrocities in eastern Congo. This is the six-step process for getting conflict gold from mines in eastern Congo into its final form: jewelry or gold bars for investors. 

  • A report published by the Enough Project documents severe malnutrition of civilian populations and near-famine conditions in South Kordofan state. This infographic features key statistics from the report's findings. 

  • Enough Project Senior Policy Advisor Omer Ismail talks with officials of the Sudanese People's Liberation Movement-North during their visit to Washington D.C.

  • During a trip to Northern Uganda, Enough Project field researcher Kasper Agger films former LRA fighters discussing implications of the Ugandan government's decision to no longer offer amnesty to rebel defectors.