Press Releases

  • Jan 9, 2012

    As reports continue to emerge concerning the aftermath of a recent resurgence of inter-communal violence between the Lou-Nuer and Murle communities of Jonglei state, the government of the Republic of South Sudan, supported by the international community, must redouble its efforts to address the more systemic causes of this and other such instances of inter-communal violence throughout the new nation, the Enough Project said. Without robust government intervention, violence between the communities and attacks on civilians will continue.

  • Dec 22, 2011

    Statement of Enough Project Sudan analyst Omer Ismail in response to the Arab League's selection of Sudan's General Mohamed Ahmad Al-Dabi to head a human rights monitoring team in Syria:

    "It is perplexing that the Arab League chose the Khartoum regime's General Al-Dabi to lead its team monitoring the Syria regime because of his record of turning a blind eye to human rights crimes, or worse. When he served as Sudan's former head of Military Intelligence and when he oversaw implementation of the Darfur Security Arrangement, alleged war crimes including genocide were committed on his watch. Instead of heading a team entrusted with a probe of alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity by Syria, the general should be investigated by the ICC for evidence of similar crimes in Sudan."

  • Dec 19, 2011

    The undersigned organizations and individuals, are deeply troubled by the lack of critical engagement that the international community has shown throughout the electoral process in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

  • Dec 18, 2011

    Eastern Congo Initiative (ECI) and the Enough Project call on President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton to help resolve the growing crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

  • Dec 15, 2011

    WASHINGTON – The United States and the international community must play an active role in negotiations between Sudan and South Sudan in order to achieve a comprehensive peace deal, according to a new Enough Project paper.

  • Dec 9, 2011

    The Enough Project commends the citizens of Congo for their participation in the 2011 national election and condemns the violence and fraud associated with the electoral process. Despite the challenges faced, the passion and patience demonstrated nationwide by Congolese to cast their vote shows a deep commitment to the democratic process and clear demand for free and fair political representation.

  • Dec 7, 2011

    The Enough Project applauds the recent appointment of Ambassador Barrie Walkley as the Department of State's new Special Representative to the Great Lakes Region of Africa, and is hopeful that the appointment will spur increased engagement and commitment from the U.S. in working with regional partners to mitigate the violence, instability, and corruption that currently plagues the region.

  • Dec 2, 2011
  • Dec 1, 2011

    The Satellite Sentinel Project (SSP) has identified evidence indicating that the Sudan Armed Forces, or SAF, intentionally razed civilian structures in the village of 'Amara in Blue Nile State, Sudan.

  • Nov 30, 2011

    Following the Government of Sudan’s brutal attacks on innocent civilians, leading anti-genocide and human rights groups from the Sudan Now campaign are calling for the United Nations Security Council to demand that the Government of Sudan immediately cease conducting offensive military flights in and over the states of South Kordofan and Blue Nile.

  • Nov 21, 2011

    The Obama administration’s recent deployment of U.S. Special Forces advisers to assist in the fight to end the Lord’s Resistance Army is a critical first step towards achieving that objective, but much more needs to be done to help end Central Africa’s longest running war and heal the devastated region, a coalition of rights groups said in its third quarterly report on the administration’s policy towards dealing with the crisis.

  • Nov 21, 2011

    American high school and university students have written letters to Darfuri refugees, which will be hand delivered this Thanksgiving by the Darfur Dream Team Sister Schools Program. The Sister Schools Program works with U.S. schools and donors to support education for the Darfuri refugees and build connections between American students and their Darfuri peers.

  • Nov 15, 2011

    The Satellite Sentinel Project, or SSP, has released new imagery corroborating reports that the Government of Sudan has bombed two refugee camps in South Sudan. DigitalGlobe satellite imagery captured 14 November and analyzed by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative for SSP reveals the Government of Sudan’s military aircraft at its El Obeid airbase in North Kordofan – including Antonov planes consistent with those eyewitnesses described as bombing the Guffa and Yida refugee camps across the border in South Sudan on 8 and 10 November.

  • Nov 11, 2011

    The Satellite Sentinel Project, or SSP, has confirmed that the Sudan Armed Forces, or SAF, is upgrading air bases recently captured from rebels in Sudan’s Blue Nile border area, which increases Sudan’s capacity to carry out airstrikes along the border and in neighboring South Sudan.

  • Nov 3, 2011

    The Obama administration should use the lead-up to Congo’s election this month as an opportunity to press the Congolese government into reforms that will help end conflict in the country’s restive east, according to a new Enough Project report.