Scroll to top

Author: Enough Team

South Sudan after the Kiir and Machar meeting

South Sudan
The leader of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army in Opposition, former Vice President Riek Machar, arrived in Juba on September 9, 2019 to meet with President Salva Kiir in an attempt to work out outstanding issues inhibiting the implementation of the September 2018 peace agreement known as the revitalized agreement on the resolution of the conflict in South Sudan ...
Read More

A Modernized U.S. Policy for Sudan

Download the brief. A new day has dawned in Sudan, thanks to an unrelenting citizen protest movement whose objective is the complete transformation of the state. Now that a major benchmark in that effort has been achieved – the formation of a civilian administration – The Sentry and the Enough Project believe that the United States could utilize an expanded policy toolbox to support further positive change in Sudan. U.S. policy should aim to strengthen the hand of reformers in the civilian government while limiting the influence of the spoilers of reform and peace, principally those associated with the military ...
Read More

In remembrance of Richard Parkins

We have lost a great advocate and a great person. Richard would always seek to find ways to help and support his colleagues and cared deeply about his work as an advocate for peace in Sudan and South Sudan. I am privileged to have known and worked with Richard over the past decade and hope his legacy can be a role model for others seeking to build a more just and peaceful world ...
Read More

Mail & Guardian Op-ed: SA key to peace in South Sudan

This op-ed originally appeared in Mail & Guardian and was written by John Prendergast, Founder of the Enough Project, and Brian Adeba, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project ...
Read More

Suliman Baldo speaks to Al Jazeera on Sudan’s Power-Sharing Deal

Sudan
Suliman Baldo, Senior Adviser to the Enough Project, discusses the power-sharing deal in Sudan on Al Jazeera's 'Inside Story', which aired on August 17, 2019 ...
Read More

Sudan: Military Junta and Civilian Movement Leaders to Sign Historic Constitutional Declaration Tomorrow

 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Sudan: Military Junta and Civilian Movement Leaders to Sign Historic Constitutional Declaration Tomorrow “Potential New Beginning” Faces Challenges from Corrupt Spoilers and an Entrenched “Deep State” August 16, 2019 - A constitutional declaration for Sudan is scheduled to be signed tomorrow in an official ceremony in presence of regional leaders and international envoys, confirming a plan for a transition from control by a military junta to a civilian-led government. The declaration will be signed by representatives of the Transitional Military Council and the Forces for Freedom and Change, the main coalition that led a popular ...
Read More

Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale Headed to Khartoum Tomorrow: Experts Urge Strong Action by U.S. to Counter “Deep State” Corruption and Illicit Financial Flows in Sudan

 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale Headed to Khartoum Tomorrow: Experts Urge Strong Action by U.S. to Counter “Deep State” Corruption and Illicit Financial Flows in Sudan August 6, 2019 (Washington D.C.) – U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale is scheduled to be in Sudan tomorrow, August 7, to meet with representatives from the Transitional Military Council and Forces for Freedom and Change, along with civil society. The purpose of the visit according to the State Department will be to “encourage full and timely implementation of the agreements reached on July 17, and ...
Read More

Medium Op-ed: السودان: المصالح الاقتصادية الخفية في الصراع الحالي على السلطة

Sudan
Medium Op-ed: السودان: المصالح الاقتصادية الخفية في الصراع الحالي على السلطة
Note: This op-ed originally appeared on Medium and was written by Suliman Baldo, Senior Policy Adviser at the Enough Project ...
Read More

Euractiv Op-ed: The Case for Corruption Criteria in EU Global Human Rights Sanctions

This op-ed originally appeared in Euractiv and was written by Sarah Gardiner, former Investigative Analyst at The Sentry ...
Read More

Sudan’s TMC Generals Must be Held Accountable for Violent Repression Against Civilians Demanding a Democratic Government

Sudan
Millions of Sudanese converged today on the streets and designated assembly points in the capital Khartoum and in major cities and towns across the country ...
Read More