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- “Bank Scandal in Congo: Urgent Action Needed to Hold BGFIBank DRC to Account for New “Terrorist Treasury” Revelations, Hezbollah Financier” (Alert)
The new Sentry Alert brings new evidence to light of wrongdoing outlined in The Sentry’s first report on the Democratic Republic of the Congo: “The Terrorists’ Treasury: How a Bank Linked to Congo’s President Enabled Hezbollah Financiers to Bust U.S. Sanctions.”
- “Enough Project Encourages Corporate Responsibility in DR Congo’s Electoral Process” (Blog)
n March, Enough sent a letter to Miru Systems Co., a South Korean company specializing in electronic voting systems. It has been reported that Miru is poised to provide highly controversial electronic voting technology to Congo’s Independent National Electoral Commission for elections that are scheduled to occur in December 2018.
- “An Important Signal to Companies: New Federal Procurement Requirements for Computers Include Conflict Minerals Criteria” (Blog)
When any U.S. federal government agency purchases computers or monitors, it now must take into account the progress the company manufacturing the products is making on combating the conflict minerals trade.
- “Displaced” Podcast – Featuring John Prendergast” (Podcast)
In the latest episode of Displaced, Enough’s John Prendergast talks with hosts Grant Gordon and Ravi Gurumurthy about his model of political change underpinning Enough, how to work with celebrities, and the lessons he has learned through his advocacy.
- “By Stifling Migration, Sudan’s Feared Secret Police Aid Europe” (Article)
Enough’s Dr. Suliman Baldo, author of the report “Border Control from Hell,” which discusses Europe’s migration partnership with Sudan, speaks to the New York Times.