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Darfur: Peacekeeping and Atrocity Crimes Don’t Mix

Darfur: Peacekeeping and Atrocity Crimes Don't Mix
The truth is that the U.N./African Union Mission in Darfur is unable to provide security for a host of hotspots being targeted by Khartoum government-aligned militias. So why did UNAMID deploy to evacuate Khartoum's combatants? Professor and Sudan specialist Eric Reeves examines the question in this guest blog post ...
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Field Dispatch: Civilians Under Siege in Goma

Field Dispatch: Civilians Under Siege in Goma
On November 20, the M23 rebel group seized Goma, a major city in eastern Congo. This new field dispatch discusses the aftermath of the recent siege and urges the international community to push for high-level committement for a sustainable peace process in the region ...
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Key Eastern Congo City Falls to Rebels: A View from the Ground

Key Eastern Congo City Falls to Rebels: A View from the Ground
The city awoke to artillery and mortar fire today as rebels with the March 23 Movement, or M23, pushed into the outskirts of town, taking control of North Kivu province’s main airport this morning. By mid-afternoon the rebels claimed full control of Goma, underscoring the lack of resistance they faced from FARDC or MONUSCO by marching down the main road to the “Grande Barriere” border crossing with Rwanda ...
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Congo Crisis: Human Rights Groups Call for Urgent Appointment of Special Envoy and Sanctions

The Enough Project joined a coalition of human rights organizations—which includes Humanity United, Open Society Institute, Eastern Congo Initiative, and the European Network for Central Africa—urging the United Nations to appoint a special envoy that would work with the African Union in creating a regional peace process to address the escalating conflict in eastern Congo. Earlier today, the M23 rebel movement took control of Goma, a major city in eastern Congo, highlighting the urgency of this unfolding crisis ...
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Chasing the LRA: Enough Project Video and Report from the Frontlines of the Hunt for Joseph Kony

Current military operations tasked with hunting down the Lord’s Resistance Army, or LRA, in the vast jungles of Central Africa face a logistical nightmare and intelligence challenges that inhibit their ability to find the senior leaders and end the LRA, according to a new Enough Project field report and accompanying video ...
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Challenges in Hunt for the LRA

Enough Project Field Researcher Kasper Agger recently embedded with the Ugandan Army as they pursue Joseph Kony and top LRA commanders across the Central African Republic and South Sudan ...
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Not Just Mediation: The United Nations Security Council’s Role in Supporting Peace in the Two Sudans

South Sudan
Not Just Mediation: The United Nations Security Council’s Role in Supporting Peace in the Two Sudans
This is the second installment in a series of Policy Briefs focusing on the international community’s extraordinary opportunity to help support peace within and between the two Sudans ...
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U.N. Security Council Should Endorse and Enforce Peace in the Sudans

South Sudan
In the coming days, the U.N. Security Council has the opportunity to demonstrate the international community’s commitment to peace and security within and between the Sudans, according to a new Enough Project brief ...
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‘Across the Frontlines’ Film: Giving Voice to the Victims in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains

‘Across the Frontlines’ Film: Giving Voice to the Victims in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains
The advocacy group Operation Broken Silence released a documentary this week shot in Sudan's Nuba Mountains. Producer Mark Hackett wrote this guest blog post about his visit to the war-torn region and why OBS decided to make a film ...
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#Vote4Congo: The First-Ever Instagram Petition

#Vote4Congo: The First-Ever Instagram Petition
Today, the Enough Project's Raise Hope for Congo campaign launched the first-ever Instagram petition calling for the next president of the United States to prioritize the conflict in eastern Congo ...
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