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Guest Post: Palace Coup in Khartoum

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This post was written by David L. Phillips. Mr. Phillips is Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights at Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights ...
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George Clooney and John Prendergast in The Washington Post: Sudan Needs More Than Words. It Needs Action.

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Clooney and Prendergast write, "Sudan’s courageous protesters need more than words: They need strong international action for real change to have a chance." ...
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Enough Project and Don Cheadle Issue Warning About Sudan’s Coup

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The Enough Project is gravely concerned by the nature of the coup d'etat that took place in Sudan overnight. President Omar al-Bashir's First Vice-President and Minister of Defense, General Awad Ibn Auf, announced that he is taking power on behalf of the Supreme Security Committee, the country's main security force ...
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George Clooney and John Prendergast: Statement on Events in Sudan

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After months of protests in Sudan, President Omar al-Bashir has been ousted by the country’s military ...
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Open Letter from Civil Society to the International Community on the Current Situation in Sudan

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Today, the Enough Project joined other civil society organizations to issue an open letter to the international community of the situation in Sudan ...
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South Sudan: Anti-Corruption Reforms Should be a Prerequisite to Wooing Foreign Investment

In a new report released today, The Sentry highlights the pervasive role of profiteers and financiers in the perpetration of atrocities, pointing to critical omissions in the ways those crimes are prosecuted ...
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The Lemkin Summit Experience

Rujjares Hansapiromchok, an Enough Project Student Upstander at the George Washington University, writes about her Lemkin Summit experience ...
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Just Security Op-ed: Beyond Sanctioning Elusive War Criminals, Prosecute the Profiteers

This op-ed originally appeared in Just Security and was written by Holly Dranginis, Senior Legal Analyst at The Sentry.  ...
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New Report: Prosecute the Profiteers

New Report: Prosecute the Profiteers
The new Sentry report highlights the pervasive role of financial actors in the perpetration of atrocities, and critical omissions in the ways those crimes are prosecuted ...
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Overview: “Prosecute the Profiteers: following the money to support war crimes accountability”

War crimes pay. In East and Central Africa, where armed conflict has created some of the fastest-growing refugee flows in the world, control over lucrative resources is often the raison d’etre of perpetrators. Economic crimes and grave violence often occur in tandem and generate profits for a range of people and entities involved. They entrench the conditions that made exploitation possible, inevitably leading to more. To improve accountability for atrocities, governments, the private sector, and the courts must take aim at the financial infrastructure enabling violence. Authorities in national and international courts should improve their approaches to investigating the financing ...
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