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Google+ Hangout Recap: Technology and Atrocity Prevention in the 21st Century

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Last week, the Enough Project participated in a Google+ Hangout hosted by Digital Mass Atrocity Prevention Lab, or DMAP Lab, of the Montreal Institute for Genocide Studies ...
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Google+ Hangout: Using Tech to Fight Atrocities

Join Enough Project Sudan and South Sudan policy analyst Akshaya Kumar and The Sentinel Project Executive Director and Co-founder Christopher Tuckwood for a Google+ Hangout discussion on the use of social media and other technologies to detect and prevent mass atrocity crimes ...
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#UNMatters: U.S. State Department Google Hangout on US-UN Relations Recap

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On Wednesday, September 18, the U.S.Department of State hosted a Google+ Hangout, The U.S. and the United Nations: The Case for Multilateralism ...
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John Prendergast to Participate in State Department Google+ Hangout about the U.S. and United Nations

The U.S. Department of State hosts a Google+ Hangout on the relationship between the United States and the United Nation (UN) and why youth, in particular, should care about multilateralism ...
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MTV Joins with George Clooney, Google, the United Nations and Others to Help Deter War in Sudan

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MTV Joins with George Clooney, Google, the United Nations and Others to Help Deter War in Sudan
MTV and mtvU, MTV’s 24-hour college network, are teaming up with George Clooney and the Satellite Sentinel Project– along with Not on Our Watch, the Enough Project, Google, the United Nations UNITAR Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT), the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, and Trellon, LLC --by calling on young people to help deter violence in Sudan, and send a loud message: “the world is watching.” ...
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Vote to Create A Genocide Alert System from Google

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Vote to Create A Genocide Alert System from Google
There are just four days left to vote in Google’s Project 10^100 contest to help select from among a slew of innovative ideas aimed at “changing the world by helping as many people as possible.” Google will dedicate the funds to develop up to five winning projects. Hands down, our vote goes for creating a genocide monitoring and alert system ...
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U.S. Implications on Normalizing Relations with Sudan

Please join The Enough Project in collaboration with the Congressional African Staff Association (CASA) as we discuss what U.S. policy should look like and prioritize in its next phase of engagement with Sudan. Senior Policy Advisor, Omer Ismail will provide a detailed analysis on why the removal of Sudan from the SST list and a path to full normalization with Sudan would jeopardize core U.S. national interests and cause grave consequences for the people of Sudan who have been subjected to endless persecution and repression by the regime in power. In October of 2017, the United States government permanently lifted ...
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CBS Show “Madam Secretary” Spotlights U.S.-Sudan Relations

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Did you catch “Madam Secretary” on April 1st and want to learn more about U.S.-Sudan relations? Are you looking to better understand how the episode reflects real issues? If so, this blog can help ...
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Sudan Day of Action Campaign

Sudan Day of Action Campaign
The United States is considering removing Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism List as part of a path to a full normalization of relations with Sudan. However, moving at this time towards normalization ignores critical developments that affect core U.S. national security interests. This is the same regime that has conducted genocide against the people of Darfur, bombed and starved the populations in the Nuba Mountains, and denied millions of Sudanese citizens access to critical humanitarian aid. The regime has not fundamentally changed and continues to be led by the same leader President Omar al-Bashir who is wanted by ...
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“EuroPressure”: European Union Has Tools to Stop Violent Kleptocrats in South Sudan, Reinvigorate Peace Process

A new policy report published today by the Enough Project urges the European Union to more clearly and consistently assert leadership and develop much-needed financial leverage that could support a truly reinvigorated peace process in South Sudan, a country hijacked by corrupt elites and marred by brutal conflict and urgent humanitarian crises ...
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