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In Joint Statement, NGOs Urge London Metal Exchange to Adopt Thorough Due Diligence Standards

On December 5, 2018, the Enough Project and 12 other international NGOs submitted the below letter to the London Metal Exchange (LME), urging it to adopt thorough due diligence standards into its recent Responsible Sourcing proposal ...
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The International Criminal Court makes strides to address atrocities in the Central African Republic

The International Criminal Court makes strides to address atrocities in the Central African Republic
The ICC made major strides last week in a lower-profile investigation into atrocity crimes in the Central African Republic, demonstrating its considerable power to intervene in some of the world’s worst ongoing atrocities ...
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“Bashir Shows He has No Intention of Making Concessions to the U.S.” – Enough’s Dr. Baldo

Sudan
In a recent interview with Radio Dabanga, Enough Project Senior Advisor Dr. Suliman Baldo warned that President Omar al-Bashir's recent statements and actions should serve as a warning to U.S. officials that the Sudanese regime is not negotiating in good faith and places little value on their adherence to international agreements ...
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Watch Now: Conflict-Free Gold from Congo Now Available in US Jewelry Stores

D.R. Congo
Watch Now: Conflict-Free Gold from Congo Now Available in US Jewelry Stores
Consumers can play a role to help end the conflict gold trade and promote a responsible gold trade.  ...
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New Report – Fear, Inc.: War Profiteering in the Central African Republic and the Bloody Rise of Abdoulaye Hissène

New Report - Fear, Inc.: War Profiteering in the Central African Republic and the Bloody Rise of Abdoulaye Hissène
The Sentry’s latest report released today focuses on the financial drivers of the protracted crisis in the Central African Republic, and follows the path of Abdoulaye Hissène ...
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New Report Mapping the Web of Armed Groups in the Central African Republic

New Report Mapping the Web of Armed Groups in the Central African Republic
A new report by the Enough Project’s Nathalia Dukhan maps the myriad war profiteering armed groups in CAR ...
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New Report – Powering Down Corruption: Tackling Transparency and Human Rights Risks from Congo’s Cobalt Mines to Global Supply Chains

New Report - Powering Down Corruption: Tackling Transparency and Human Rights Risks from Congo's Cobalt Mines to Global Supply Chains
Today, the Enough Project released a report documenting the links between cobalt mining, corruption, and human rights abuses in D.R. Congo ...
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Daily Beast Op-ed: This Terror Sponsor Just Got Into the U.S. on a Diplomatic Passport

Atta brings a résumé with the least appropriate background imaginable for a regime seeking to whitewash a record of corruption, repression, genocide, terrorism, and discrimination ...
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Running Out of Time: Elections in DR Congo

D.R. Congo
On September 14, 2018, The Sentry published an investigative report examining allegations of corruption and other red flags in the Democratic Republic of  Congo’s (Congo) current electoral process.  ...
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A Well-Deserved Nobel Prize for Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad

D.R. Congo
A Well-Deserved Nobel Prize for Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad
Amidst a surge of global attention on violence against women, the Nobel Peace Prize Committee sent a signal that speaking truth to power about it is an act of unequivocal heroism ...
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