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- “Enough Project Responds with Serious Concerns about SEC Statements on Conflict Minerals” (Press Release)
The Enough Project issued a response to SEC Commissioner Michael Piwowar’s April 7th statement on the U.S. Conflict Minerals Rule highlighting the dangers of potentially watered down implementation of the SEC rule.
- “Border Control from Hell: How the EU’s migration partnership legitimizes Sudan’s ‘militia state‘” (Report)
In this April 6th report, Enough’s Suliman Baldo describes how large-scale migration to Europe has precipitated a paradigm shift in relations between the European Union and the government of Sudan, and closer ties between both entities which has resulted in the EU disbursing millions of euros to the Sudanese government.
- “In Kasai, A Violent Quest for Prosperity” (Blog)
This first installment of a two-part blog series based on field reporting analyzes the dynamics of recent conflict in Congo’s Kasai region and its links to the overall political crisis in Congo.
- “Testimony of Omer Ismail – Sudan: Human Rights and Sanctions” (Testimony)
On April 4th, Enough’s Omer Ismail testified before the U.S. Congress’ Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission hearing on “Sudan: Human Rights and Sanctions.”
- “Enough Upstander Tracy McGrady Named to Basketball Hall of Fame” (Blog)
On April 1, two-time NBA scoring champion and Enough Project upstander Tracy McGrady was officially named to the Basketball Hall of Fame.