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5 Stories You Might Have Missed This Week

5 Stories You Might Have Missed This Week
A weekly round-up of must-read stories, posted every Friday ...
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Goma Mayor Warns Civil Society on Conflict Minerals

Goma Mayor Warns Civil Society on Conflict Minerals
At yesterday's announcement of the lifting of the mining ban in eastern Congo, in front of a crowd of some 200 people, Mayor Tumbula Rashidi of Goma issued a warning to organizations working on the conflict minerals issue. "I will ask the government to track down and sanction everyone who was behind these negative statements," he said ...
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100 Years of Honoring Women: Immaculee Birhaheka

100 Years of Honoring Women: Immaculee Birhaheka
March 8 marks the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Enough is publishing profiles each day this week of women doing exceptional work to end atrocities and support survivors in Congo, Sudan, and LRA-affected territory ...
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100 Years of Honoring Women: Tehani Ismail

100 Years of Honoring Women: Tehani Ismail
March 8 marks the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Enough is publishing profiles each day this week of women doing exceptional work to end atrocities and support survivors in Congo, Sudan, and LRA-affected territory ...
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How Clark University is Pushing to Go Conflict-Free

How Clark University is Pushing to Go Conflict-Free
Founding the Clark University Conflict-Free Campus initiative was a first for us in many ways. We had never before advocated for a cause in such depth, and it was incredible to understand first-hand the slow-and-steady nature of building a movement, write activists Rachel Gore and Emma Craig in this guest blog post ...
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‘Today’ Show Highlights Enough Footage of Villages Burning in Abyei

On NBC's "Today" show yesterday morning, Ann Curry drew attention to the razing of two villages in the Abyei region of Sudan, shown in a video obtained by Enough ...
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100 Years of Honoring Women: Melissa Fitzgerald

100 Years of Honoring Women: Melissa Fitzgerald
March 8 marks the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Enough is publishing profiles each day this week of women doing exceptional work to end atrocities and support survivors in Congo, Sudan, and LRA-affected territory ...
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Actor, Activist Ben Affleck Headlines Congo Hearing on Capitol Hill

Actor, Activist Ben Affleck Headlines Congo Hearing on Capitol Hill
Aptly falling on the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, a House subcommittee called a hearing yesterday on what can be done to “secure peace in the midst of tragedy” in Congo ...
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Comedian, Activist Jane Bussmann Returns to NYC

Comedian, Activist Jane Bussmann Returns to NYC
If you missed British comedy writer, performer, and activist Jane Bussmann last time she was in New York City, or if you just want to see her again, you’re in luck. She’ll be performing her sometimes inappropriately funny comedy show, Bussmann’s Holiday, in NY on March 11, 16, and 18 ...
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100 Years of Honoring Women: Chouchou Namegabe

March 8 marks the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Enough is publishing profiles each day this week of women doing exceptional work to end atrocities and support survivors in Congo, Sudan, and LRA-affected territory ...
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