A one-time viewing of the documentary My Star in the Sky (Lakalatwe in the Acholi language) will be screened at Georgetown University, and will be followed by a discussion with Michael Mulroy, the film’s writer and director, and Sasha Lezhnev, Deputy Director of Policy at the Enough Project and Founding Director of the Grassroots Reconciliation Group.
Suliman Baldo, Senior Policy Advisor to the Enough Project, will be a panelist at the event United Nations Internal Coordination Meeting on Sudan. The meeting is being held by the UN System in Sudan in partnership with the Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum (CPPF).
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.
Towards an inclusive Sudan: challenges and opportunities for FoRB and human rights in post-Bashir Sudan
Enough Project's senior Advisor Suliman Baldo will speak on a panel for to discuss the issue of freedom of religion and belief in post-Bashir Sudan.
This op-ed originally appeared on Medium and was written by Suliman Baldo, Senior Policy Adviser at the Enough Project.
Note: This op-ed originally appeared on Medium and was written by Suliman Baldo, Senior Policy Adviser at the Enough Project.
Sudan’s TMC Generals Must be Held Accountable for Violent Repression Against Civilians Demanding a Democratic Government
Millions of Sudanese converged today on the streets and designated assembly points in the capital Khartoum and in major cities and towns across the country.
Clooney and Prendergast write, "the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch—along with the African Union and European Union—have a second chance to create serious consequences for serious crimes and to invest in high-level diplomacy to bring civilian rule to Sudan."
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. […]
A Bipartisan, Bicameral Group of 92 Lawmakers Urge Support For Civilian-Led Transitional Government in Sudan
Bipartisan, bicameral group of 92 members of Congress have written to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and Secretary of State Pompeo calling for a range of specific actions to support a transition to civilian authority in Sudan that reflects the will of the Sudanese people.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
George Clooney and John Prendergast in The Washington Post: Sudan Needs More Than Words. It Needs Action.
Clooney and Prendergast write, "Sudan’s courageous protesters need more than words: They need strong international action for real change to have a chance."
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.
Enough Project's Founding Director, John Prendergast, and Senior Policy Advisor, Suliman Baldo, will jointly address a forum at Columbia University on Sudan's current political and economic crisis.
After months of protests in Sudan, President Omar al-Bashir has been ousted by the country’s military.
Today, the Enough Project joined other civil society organizations to issue an open letter to the international community of the situation in Sudan.