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Suliman Baldo speaks to Al Jazeera on Sudan’s Power-Sharing Deal

Sudan
Suliman Baldo, Senior Adviser to the Enough Project, discusses the power-sharing deal in Sudan on Al Jazeera's 'Inside Story', which aired on August 17, 2019 ...
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Covert Capital: Illicit Finance in DR Congo

D.R. Congo
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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Suliman Baldo speaks to TRT World on Sudan’s Transition After al-Bashir

Sudan
Suliman Baldo, Senior Adviser to the Enough Project, discusses the situation in Sudan following Omar al-Bashir's fall on TRT World's 'The Newsmakers', which aired on April 16, 2019 ...
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Testimony of John Prendergast: Protecting Civil Society, Faith-Based Actors, and Political Speech in Sub-Saharan Africa

Testimony of John Prendergast, Enough Project Founding Director and Co-Found of The Sentry, given on May 9th, 2018 before the U.S. Congress’ House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on “Protecting Civil Society, Faith-Based Actors, and Political Speech in Sub-Saharan Africa.”  ...
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Conflict Minerals 101: 2018 Update

D.R. Congo
Until recent years, the conflict minerals supply chain was a very lucrative scheme for Congo’s armed groups and even parts of the Congolese army. But now that’s all changing. Check out Enough’s updated conflict minerals 101 video and learn about what you can do to continue to hold companies accountable ...
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Human rights advocate John Prendergast on WHUT

Human rights advocate John Prendergast on WHUT
John Prendergast, the human rights advocate and best-selling author describes the immeasurable effects of mentoring youth with Tavis Smiley on WHUT/Howard University Television ...
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John Prendergast: The Future of Confronting Genocide

The Nuremberg trials, created in the aftermath of WWII to prosecute Nazi leaders, Slaid the groundwork for future accountability. Since then, progress toward establishing an internationally-accepted framework for judging and punishing those accused of crimes against humanity has been slow and spotty. While the founding of the International Criminal Court in 2002 initially held promise, its legitimacy is far from certain. Global powers like the US and China continue to refuse ratification of the ICC while several smaller nations, many currently under investigation, are backing out altogether. Nevertheless, human activist John Prendergast remains hopeful about the future for the advancement ...
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Why is South Sudan Fighting a Civil War?

South Sudan
Emerging from genocide, South Sudan declares independence six years ago. Then a political crisis plunges the country into war again, this time a civil war, with killings, famine and displacement. Brian Adeba of the Enough Project, and John Tanza, a freelance journalist join Mimi Geerges to discuss the problems of South Sudan ...
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DRC’s CENCO Agreement: A Foundation for Real Political Transition?

D.R. Congo
On January 18, 2017, the Enough Project co-hosted an event with the Atlantic Council titled “DRC's CENCO Agreement: A Foundation for Real Political Transition?” ...
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Corruption and violence in Congo

The Democratic Republic of Congo is not a failed state—for everyone. It is a failure for the vast majority of Congolese who suffer from abysmal security, health care, and education services. However, it is an efficient state for ruling elites and their commercial partners who seek to extract or traffic resources at the expense of Congo’s development. Click here to view more content on the Democratic Republic Congo ...
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