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Enough Project Condemns Military Attack on Civilian Protesters in Khartoum

June 3, 2019 (Washington D.C.) — Today, in a violent offensive action, Sudanese security forces attacked peaceful protesters in the capital Khartoum, killing at least 13 people, according to the latest reports from eyewitnesses. The Enough Project condemns in the strongest terms this cowardly attack by security forces against peaceful protesters demanding a civilian government in Sudan. […]

By Enough Team

June 3, 2019

Sudan: Protestors and Transitional Military Council Avert “Tiananmen” Moment in Khartoum

May 2, 2019 (Washington, D.C.) – Today’s news from Khartoum indicate a lowering of the tension in the standoff between the Transitional Military Council (TMC) and the Coalition of Freedom and Change, a coalition of professional and civil society organizations and opposition parties, and the major force behind the popular uprising in Sudan. This followed […]

By Enough Team

May 2, 2019

"Sudan's Anti-Corruption Whitewash," a new report from The Sentry

A private luncheon roundtable featuring discussion of a new, timely report from The Sentry, titled “Sudan's Anti-Corruption Whitewash: The Bashir Regime's Hollow Commitment to Combating Illicit Finance.” The Sentry, a partner of The Enough Project, is an investigative team that follows the dirty money tied to war criminals responsible for Africa’s deadliest conflicts and their commercial collaborators inside and outside the continent.

By m-robinson

May 2, 2019

Sudan and Financial Crime: Assessing the Current State of Affairs

Joshua White, Director for Policy and Analysis at The Sentry, will be the featured speaker at a briefing hosted by the Royal United Services Institute's Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies. The briefing will focus on the state of current efforts in Sudan to sufficiently combat money laundering and terrorist financing at a time when Khartoum is attempting to expand its access to the international system. 

By Enough Team

April 17, 2019

Guest Post: Palace Coup in Khartoum

This post was written by David L. Phillips. Mr. Phillips is Director of the Program on Peace-building and Rights at Columbia University’s Institute for the Study of Human Rights.

By Enough Team

April 15, 2019

Enough Project and Don Cheadle Issue Warning About Sudan's Coup

The Enough Project is gravely concerned by the nature of the coup d'etat that took place in Sudan overnight. President Omar al-Bashir's First Vice-President and Minister of Defense, General Awad Ibn Auf, announced that he is taking power on behalf of the Supreme Security Committee, the country's main security force.

By Enough Team

April 11, 2019

Alert on Sudan Warns of Severe Risks of Money Laundering, Terror Financing

Urgent Report Exposes Dangerous Failures by the Bashir Regime to Comply with International Anti-Corruption Standards Washington, D.C. – A new alert released today by The Sentry warns of the severe risks for money laundering, terrorist financing, and other criminal activity in the Sudanese financial system. The Sentry Alert, “Sudan’s Anti-Corruption Whitewash: The Bashir Regime’s Hollow Commitment to […]

By Enough Team

April 2, 2019

Diplomats and Protesters Face Off at Washington’s Luxury Willard Hotel

On the night of January 23, 2019, Sudanese diplomats gathered at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington, D.C., as the Sudanese Embassy hosted a celebration marking the 63rd anniversary of the country’s independence from Britain and Egypt. Also gathered outside were at least 200 protesters, mostly from the Sudanese diaspora, demonstrating against the event.

By Enough Team

February 21, 2019

A Tribute to Dr. Amin Mekki Medani

Dr. Amin Mekki Medani, prominent Sudanese human rights advocate and democracy campaigner, died in August 2018 after a long illness. Enough Project’s Senior Advisor Dr. Suliman Baldo writes a tribute to Dr. Amin.

By Enough Team

February 7, 2019