U.S. Policy

Resolve: Loosening Kony’s Grip and Effective Strategies for Today's LRA

“The LRA is likely weaker than it has been in at least 20 years” explains our partner organization The Resolve: LRA Crisis Initiative.   Read More »

Field Dispatch: The Need for a Single Peace Process in Africa's Great Lakes Region

Today, the International Conference on the Great Lakes, or ICGLR, will host a Special Summit of the Great Lakes Region Heads of State and Government.  Read More »

Field Dispatch: The Need for a Single Peace Process in Africa's Great Lakes Region

This report is based on recent field research conducted by Enough Project field staff in Uganda, at the site of the Kampala Peace Talks, and on the front lines of combat between the Congolese military and M23 rebels near the area of Mutaho, just north of Goma, North Kivu province. It addresses the escalating security situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and calls for a single, coordinated peace process to ensure peace in the region. 

House Letter on the Lord's Resistance Army to President Obama

An open letter by House Representatives Jim McGovern (D-MA) and Ed Royce (R-CA) calls on President Obama to support counter-LRA operations. The letter asks the President to remain committed to working with regional forces to protect civilians until the LRA is defeated. 

Invisible Children Launches #ZeroLRA

Yesterday, Invisible Children, a partner organization of the Enough Project, launched its newest campaign against the Lord’s Resistance Army.   Read More »

Report: Four Steps to Defuse Congo's Escalating Crisis

ohn Kerry, United States Secretary of State and Sec. General Ban Ki-moon

Following renewed fighting between the Congo’s national army, or FARDC, and the M23 rebel group, the U.N. Security Council will meet to debate the escalating conflict.   Read More »

Four Steps for the U.S. and U.N. to Defuse Congo's Escalating Crisis: Preventing Wider Conflict

The Enough Project has released this policy paper in advance of the July 25, 2013 Ministerial meeting of the U.N. Security Council. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will preside over the meeting to push for implementation of a peace accord signed in February 2013 by 11 African nations and four international organizations. The aims of the accord are to end the cycles of conflict and crisis in eastern Congo and to support an effective peace process in Africa's Great Lakes region. 

Congolese army soldiers await at frontlines

Women and Congo: When We Are Together, We Are Strong

Neema and women's rights activists at the 20th African Union Summit

Congolese human rights activist Neema Namadamu and her fellow Maman Shujaa (‘Hero Women’ in Swahili) work to show the resilience and importance of women in Congo who live in an environment that is violently oppressive to women.   Read More »

The Hill Op-ed: Obama's Africa Visit, Turning Rhetoric into Reality in the Great Lakes Region

Obama speaks in Senegal, June 2013

President Obama recently concluded his six-day trip to the African continent, ticking off successful stops in Senegal, South Africa, and Tanzania.  Read More »

RealClearWorld Op-ed: How to Crumble Kony's Rebel Group From Within

Recent escapees from the Lord's Resistance Army, a deadly rebel group in central Africa led by Joseph Kony, are testifying that the group is having difficulty preventing defections and maintaining discipline.  Read More »

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