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Sudan: Hidden Economic Stakes in Ongoing Power Struggle

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Sudan: Hidden Economic Stakes in Ongoing Power Struggle
The strategies by the old guard to retain control over a hijacked economy continue to stymie both the hopes for political transformation and prospects for an economic revival that have brought millions into the streets ...
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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 ...
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Sudan’s TMC Generals Must be Held Accountable for Violent Repression Against Civilians Demanding a Democratic Government

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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 ...
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Oregon At The Forefront Of Sustainable Conflict Mineral Procurement

On June 7, 2019, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed S.B. 471, making Oregon the third state in the country to pass such a policy with regard to the State’s purchase of electronic products which may contain conflict minerals ...
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George Clooney and John Prendergast in Politico: How Congress Can Help Stop the Killing in Sudan

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Clooney and Prendergast write, "the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch—along with the African Union and European Union—have a second chance to create serious consequences for serious crimes and to invest in high-level diplomacy to bring civilian rule to Sudan." ...
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Panel Discussion: The New Rules of War

On June 6, 2019, the Atlantic Council hosted a public discussion on the future of warfare, occasioned by the launch of Senior Fellow Dr. Sean McFate’s latest book The New Rules of War: Victory in the Age of Durable Disorder. A panel discussion moderated by New York Times National Security Reporter Mr. Julian E. Barnes followed these remarks, featuring McFate and Enough Project Field Researcher and Analyst Ms. Nathalia Dukhan ...
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Enough Project Condemns Military Attack on Civilian Protesters in Khartoum

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June 3, 2019 (Washington D.C.) — Today, in a violent offensive action, Sudanese security forces attacked peaceful protesters in the capital Khartoum, killing at least 13 people, according to the latest reports from eyewitnesses. The Enough Project condemns in the strongest terms this cowardly attack by security forces against peaceful protesters demanding a civilian government in Sudan. The ruling Transitional Military Council bears the full responsibility and must be held accountable for this massacre. John Prendergast, Founding Director of the Enough Project and Co-Founder of The Sentry, said: “Sudan's Transitional Military Council is finally revealing its true identity as a continuation of the ...
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Applications Open for Next School Year: Enough Project’s Student Upstander Program

Applications Open for Next School Year: Enough Project’s Student Upstander Program
The Enough Project’s Student Upstander program is designed to develop a network of committed student activists on campuses across the country to draw on the power of student leadership to support peace in East and Central Africa. Apply for the 2019-2020 academic year now ...
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Saving South Sudan’s Peace Deal

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Saving South Sudan’s Peace Deal
The South Sudan peace agreement suffered a serious blow when the deadline to form a government of national unity lapsed without fanfare on May 12 ...
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Covert Capital: Illicit Finance in DR Congo

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On May 22, 2019, the Enough Project co-hosted an event with the Atlantic Council titled “Covert Capital: Illicit Finance in DR Congo.” The panelists discuss how Kabila and his allies manipulated the DRC’s financial sector and what it means for embattled President Félix Tshisekedi and the Congolese people ...
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