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Enough and Human Rights Watch call for accountability For Congo Park Warden shooting

Director of Virunga National Park, Mr. Emmanuel De Merode

On Tuesday, April 15, the director of Virunga National Park, Africa's oldest national park, was shot by unknown gunmen in North Kivu. Both the Human Rights Watch and Enough Project have made statements condemning the attack and calling for justice.  Read More »

Time World: Satellite Images Show City Destroyed in South Sudan Conflict

South Sudan’s Jan. 23 ceasefire was supposed to put an end to more than a month of violence that killed roughly 10,000 people, displaced more than 800,000 others, and threatened to unravel the fragile social fabric of a fledgling state that has been independent for just 31 months.  Read More »

WILD Magazine Feature: "Champions of Peace"

John Prendergast

WILD magazine recently published an article, “Champions of Peace”, highlighting Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast and the scope of work that Enough does against genocide, mass atrocities, and crimes against humanity.  Read More »

Deseret News: Pazocalo Social Network Connects Students With Survivors

Kids at the Djabal refugee camp wave as school lets out for the day.

Someday, Rahma wants to return to his home country, which he fled after militia on horseback burned his entire village.

Why? So he can be president, of course.

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CNN's 'Amanpour': John Prendergast on the Future of South Sudan


CNN's Christiane Amanpour sat down with Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast to discuss South Sudan's future and the critical steps both Sudan and South Sudan must take to ensure peace.  Read More »

MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry Hosts Africa Show, Enough's Mark Quarterman Featured

Melissa Harris-Perry, host of her own popular weekend morning news and politics show on MSNBC, gave special emphasis in last Sunday’s program to stories linked to Africa. The topics ranged from the ongoing fighting along the Sudan-South Sudan border, the global response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa, and the complicated relationship between Africa and the Americas. Enough Project Research Director Mark Quarterman was on hand in the studio to offer commentary for the latter two discussions  Read More »

AOL Feature: 'You've Got John Prendergast'

John Prendergast on AOL

John Prendergast tells AOL how he got started as an activist and why "you've got to fight for human rights."  Read More »

Why Crisis Mapping Requires a Moral Compass

Good intentions alone are no match for regimes and their security agents bent on silencing dissent. For protesters on the ground in a country in turmoil and for activists overseas utilizing crisis mapping and social media to raise attention to their plight, the novelty of the technology and the creativity it enables has the potential to overshadow the harm that could be done if sensitive information gets into the wrong hands.  Read More »

Robin Wright Talks Conflict Minerals on 'Chelsea Lately'

Chelsea Lately

Actress and Raise Hope for Congo activist Robin Wright dropped by the E! Network's popular late-night show "Chelsea Lately" to talk about her latest film "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," the holidays, and the mineral-fueled conflict in eastern Congo.  Read More »

Intelligence Journal Recognizes Satellite Sentinel Project’s Work in the ‘Top 25’

The Satellite Sentinel Project’s unique role in bridging the gap between intelligence and human rights activism is reinforced by our recognition in C4ISR Journal’sBig 25 Awards.” The world of C4ISR—“Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance” —may seem obscure, but these awards recognize some of the most important contributions to international safety you never knew existed.  Read More »

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