Reports

  • a Juba-Based Observer, Jul 21, 2014

    After seven months of war and several failed attempts at peace, South Sudan’s civil war shows few signs of letting up.

  • Akshaya Kumar and Omer Ismail, Jun 26, 2014

    Janjaweed Reincarnate: Sudan’s New Army of War Criminals

  • the Enough Team, Jun 26, 2014

    The first six months of 2014 have brought devastating death and destruction in Sudan, on par with the height of the genocide in Darfur from 2003-2005. Despite the United Nations Security Council mandating that the Sudanese government disarm its Janjaweed militias a decade ago, it never did. Now, as the International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor says, a new iteration of the Janjaweed have taken the country by storm. A new Enough Project Report, “Janjaweed Reincarnate,” traces the movements of these fighters -- newly trained, heavily armed, and re-branded as “Rapid Support Forces.”

  • The Enough Team, Jun 17, 2014

    Seventy-eight international human rights groups joined together today to call for a fresh approach to U.S. policy on the war-torn countries of Sudan and South Sudan.

  • Fidel Bafilemba, Timo Mueller, and Sasha Lezhnev, Jun 10, 2014

    Just four years after enactment of historic Dodd-Frank “conflict minerals” legislation, a new investigative report by the Enough Project identifies early signs of success, with many lucrative mines in eastern Congo no longer controlled by violent armed groups responsible for mass atrocities, rape, and grave violations of human rights. 

  • Justine Fleischner and Akshaya Kumar, Jun 5, 2014

    Six months into the civil war in South Sudan, the crisis continues to intensify despite peace overtures made far away from the front lines in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa. A fragile peace agreement signed last month between President Salva Kiir and former Vice President turned rebel leader, Dr. Riek Machar, has not yet been fully implemented.

  • Kasper Agger, May 1, 2014
    Behind the Headlines: Drivers of Violence in the Central African Republic

    The Enough Project has been closely following the violent conflict in Central African Republic, where mass killings and human rights abuses continue at an alarming rate. This new report authored by Field Researcher Kasper Agger explores the underlying drivers of the conflict, including regional dynamics and natural resource exploitation. Additionally it identifies ways the international community can support sustainable peace and stability.

  • Apr 29, 2014

    The Enough Project and Humanity United have released an open letter on enhancing U.S. Policy towards Sudan and South Sudan to Secretary Kerry, Ambassador Rice, and Ambassador Power. The letter, signed by David Abramowitz of Humanity United and John Prendergast of the Enough Project, spells out three areas where U.S. policy could be enhanced towards both Sudan and South Sudan: promoting accountability, supporting peace, and fostering democratic transformation.

  • Apr 28, 2014

    Those in the international community concerned with South Sudan’s downward spiral into conflict have an important role to play to help stop this senseless killing. We call on the international community to take the following steps to address the urgent civilian protection issues facing the people of South Sudan.

  • John Prendergast, Apr 7, 2014
    Photo:Nyaza cemetery outside Kigali, Rwanda - AP/Ricardo Mazalan

    As commemorations unfold honoring the 20th anniversary of the onset of Rwanda’s genocide and the 10th year after Darfur’s genocide was recognized, the rhetoric of commitment to the prevention of mass atrocities has never been stronger.