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Compromising with Evil: An archival history of greater Sudan, 2007 – 2012

Compromising with Evil: An archival history of greater Sudan, 2007 – 2012
The result of years of research, Sudan specialist and professor Eric Reeves today published a new eBook entitled Compromising with Evil that serves as a comprehensive archive of the atrocities committed in Sudan over the past five years. In this guest blog post Reeves explains the motivations behind the project ...
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President Mbeki’s Moment: A Stand for Peace in the Two Sudans

South Sudan
President Mbeki's Moment: A Stand for Peace in the Two Sudans
This is the first in a series of Policy Briefs focusing on the international community’s extraordinary opportunity to help support peace within Sudan and between the two Sudans ...
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Mbeki’s Moment to Support Lasting Peace in the Sudans

South Sudan
Today, the Enough Project issued its first publication in a series of policy briefs focusing on the international community’s extraordinary opportunity to help support peace within Sudan and between the two Sudans. The brief discusses the need for President Mbeki and the African Union to take bold and specific actions to marshal the governments of Sudan and South Sudan closer to a more comprehensive peace ...
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Infographic: Starvation Warfare in the Nuba Mountains

Infographic: Starvation Warfare in the Nuba Mountains
A report published by the Enough Project documents severe malnutrition of civilian populations and near-famine conditions in South Kordofan state. This infographic features key statistics from the report's findings ...
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The Humanitarian Crisis in South Kordofan and Blue Nile

The Humanitarian Crisis in South Kordofan and Blue Nile
For nearly a year and a half, the Sudanese government has denied international humanitarian aid organizations access to populations in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states. To address the ongoing crisis, the Enough Project had published a short summary of next steps for policy makers in order to help alleviate the suffering of Sudanese civilians ...
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Rapid Food Security And Nutrition Assessment: South Kordofan

Rapid Food Security And Nutrition Assessment: South Kordofan
The food security and nutrition crisis in South Kordofan, Sudan is rapidly deteriorating. In this report, an international non-governmental organization assesses the situation based on findings from the region from August 5 to August 19, 2012. Along with the publication, the Enough Project has published a short summary of recommendations for policy makers and an infographic on key statistics from the report ...
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New Report Documents Government of Sudan’s Starvation Warfare Against Its Own People

Food security conditions in South Kordofan, Sudan are dramatically declining, and malnutrition among children in the conflict-torn state is on the rise, according to a new report showing findings from the first international rapid food security and nutritional assessment conducted in South Kordofan since 2011 ...
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Sheryl Crow’s Enough Moment: The Responsibility That Comes with Knowledge

Sheryl Crow’s Enough Moment: The Responsibility That Comes with Knowledge
Musician Sheryl Crow describes her Enough Moment and how lessons learned from inaction in Rwanda motivated her to take part in the conflict-free movement ...
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Conflict-free Portland Makes Inroads with Intel

Conflict-free Portland Makes Inroads with Intel
Activists in Portland, Oregon, are gaining traction with several initiatives focused on making the city investments free from conflict minerals from Congo. In this guest post by Alysha Atma, Amanda Ulrich, and Robert Hadley, the Oregon Coalition for Humanity members describe their recent successes ...
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Publicizing LRA Leader Kony’s Whereabouts Could Undermine Apprehension Efforts

The Enough Project questions why the Ugandan army released sensitive information yesterday about the location of Joseph Kony, the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, or LRA. Releasing information about Kony’s whereabouts could jeopardize the success of military operations aimed at apprehending him and his senior commanders ...
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