John Prendergast, Founding Director of the Enough Project, will speak to the student body of the students at Davidson College on Tuesday, June 4th, to discuss the topic of Congo.
John Prendergast, the Founding Director of the Enough Project and co-author of Congo Stories, is giving a presentation of Congo Stories to the school community of Saints John and Paul School.
The Enough Project and the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center are hosting a discussion on illicit finance operations in the DR Congo.
The Sentry’s latest report reveals activities of investment bank linked to former President Joseph Kabila.
A new investigation by Enough's partner, The Sentry, has uncovered how family members and allies of former President Joseph Kabila attempted to acquire a stake in three commercial banks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, accounting for more than one quarter of Congo’s $5 billion banking sector.
⭳ Download the full report. | Téléchargez en français In the wake of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (hereafter Congo) flawed December 2018 elections, it is important for the international community to focus on key areas that can have a lasting impact in the country, in particular on addressing high-level corruption. Corruption is at the core of a […]
Join John Prendergast, Founding Director of The Enough Project, for a conversation about his new book, "Congo Stories: Battling Five Centuries of Exploitation and Greed," which provides a window into the history, the people, the challenges, the possibilities, and the movements that are impacting the course of Congo’s destiny.
Join The Enough Project's Founding Director John Prendergast for a conversation with former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power as they discuss human rights in Congo and John’s new book, "Congo Stories: Battling Five Centuries of Exploitation and Greed."
In just 100 days, from April 7 to mid-July 1994, the genocide took more than 800,000 lives, the fastest rate of mass murder in recorded history.
Please join the Nicholas School of the Environment and the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute for a talk by John Prendergast, Founding Director of the Enough Project, about "The Astonishing Story of Congo's Connections to America, and You."
This op-ed originally appeared in The Hill and was written by Sasha Lezhnev, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project, and Michael O'Hanlon, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution.
The coming days will prove critical for the Democratic Republic of Congo, as the country navigates the post-electoral process of a hotly contested presidential race.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's electoral commission (CENI) is expected to announce provisional results of the country's recent elections as early as tonight, January 9. Civil society, church, and opposition leaders express serious concern that the electoral commission will announce a fraudulent result. The Catholic Church and its partners, which deployed more than 40,000 election observers throughout the country, report that opposition candidate Martin Fayulu is the clear victor, according to their data from polling stations.
Process marred by repression, major transparency issues, seriously unlevel playing field. Enough Project and The Sentry’s experts are available for comment
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.
“CONGO STORIES” As Historic Elections Loom in DR Congo, New Book Details Unparalleled History of International Exploitation, Greed, and Heroism
Out today, the new book “CONGO STORIES: Battling Five Centuries of Exploitation and Greed,” coauthored by Enough Project Founding Director John Prendergast and Congolese activist Fidel Bafilemba, featuring photographs by Ryan Gosling, arrives at a critical moment. The Democratic Republic of Congo, which has suffered the deadliest war since World War II, faces a crucial […]
New legislation includes sanctions requirement targeting senior political leaders, works to counter corruption and human rights abuses, and support credible, transparent elections, free press, and peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo Washington DC (November 27, 2018) — The Enough Project applauds today’s passage of the “Democratic Republic of the Congo Democracy and Accountability Act […]
Consumers can play a role to help end the conflict gold trade and promote a responsible gold trade.
Today, the U.S. Department of State announced the appointment of Dr. J. Peter Pham as the U.S. Special Envoy to the Great Lakes Region of Africa.
Deputy Director of Policy Sasha Lezhnev will join a panel from industry, investors, and international financial institutions, on the role of the financial sector in the minerals trade from conflict- and high-risk areas.