George Clooney and John Prendergast have called out powerhouse D.C. lobbying firm Squire Patton Boggs for representing the Sudanese government in its campaign to lift U.S. sanctions on Sudan, a government which is on the U.S. state sponsor of terrorism list and whose head of state is wanted for genocide.
Faith and Human Rights Groups Urge Secretary Tillerson to Consider Persecution of Religious Minorities in Sudan Policy Review
In a joint letter, seven U.S. organizations have urged Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to consider issues relating to religious freedom and the persecution of religious minorities in Sudan as part of any strategic review relating to U.S. policy.
7 U.S. Organizations Urge Secretary Tillerson to Consider Issues Relating to Religious Freedom and the Persecution of Religious Minorities in Sudan
In a joint letter, faith-based and human rights groups warn that religious and ethnic minority groups and faith-based charitable organizations in Sudan face discrimination, detention, violence, and the destruction of churches by the regime in Khartoum.
New Brief: “The July Deadline Won’t Work: Why the U.S. needs to delay the decision on Sudan sanctions”
In early July, the Trump administration must make a decision: follow through on an Obama-era plan to terminate sanctions on Sudan, or put the old sanctions regime back in place. But the Enough Project encourages a third option, as detailed in this new report.
The Trump administration should delay a July decision on U.S. sanctions on Sudan, according to a report published today by the Enough Project.
As a July decision approaches on whether to permanently remove most sanctions on Sudan, the Trump administration should properly evaluate progress, or lack thereof, on each of the five tracks on which progress is required, and the administration should not privilege any single track over others.
New Brief: “The Missing Track: The case for a new policy framework between the United States and Sudan”
This new Enough Project brief lays out a detailed plan for how the Trump administration can develop and implement a new track of engagement with Sudan focused on peace and respect for human rights – the absence of which helps perpetuate Sudan’s system of violent kleptocracy.
In a new report published today, the Enough Project lays out a detailed plan for how the U.S. can implement a new track of engagement with Sudan focused on peace and human rights, and backed up by strong financial pressure.
In this new brief, the Enough Project lays out a detailed plan for how the Trump administration can develop and implement a new track of engagement focused on peace and respect for human rights – the absence of which help perpetuate Sudan's system of violent kleptocracy.
In this op-ed, Enough's John Prendergast discusses the opportunity for the U.S. government to create a new human rights and peace track as part of a revitalized Sudan policy that addresses core U.S. interests such as peace, human rights, security, and good governance.
شهادة براد بروكس-روبين مدير السياسات بمبادرة سنتري ومنظمة كفاية أمام اللجنة الفرعية المعنية بأفريقيا و الصحة الدولية وحقوق الإنسان العالمية والمنظمات الدولية التابعة للجنة الشؤون الخارجية بالكونغرس بشأن “المسألة الشائكة لتخفيف العقوبات عن السودان” في 26 أبريل 2017 السيد سميث -رئيس الجلسة- والسيدة باس -إحدى كبار الأعضاء- عضوا اللجنة الفرعية، أشكركما على عقد هذه الجلسة […]
يجب على واضعي السياسات في الولايات المتحدة وحول العالم أن يشرعوا في وضع إستراتيجية تعالج الأسباب الجذرية لدولة السودان العنيفة القائمة علي الفساد. 2 مايو 2017 – نشر مشروع كفاية تقريراً جديداً باللغة الانجليزية بتاريخ 25 ابريل 2017 بعنوان “الدولة السودانية العميقة: كيف يقوم النافذون بخصخصة ثروات السودان، وكيفية التصدي لذلك”، يوضح كيف أن دائرة […]
House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee hearing today: The Sentry’s Brad Brooks-Rubin Testifies in Congress on Sudan Sanctions
Today, The Sentry and Enough Project’s Brad Brooks-Rubin testified before the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations’ hearing on “The Questionable Case for Easing Sudan Sanctions.”
“Sudan's Deep State” New Report Details Massive Corruption and Theft of Oil, Gold, and Land in Sudan
The Enough Project’s new report published today, “Sudan's Deep State: How Insiders Violently Privatized Sudan's Wealth, and How to Respond,” details how a powerful inner circle within Khartoum has privately expropriated oil, gold, and land for massive self-enrichment and to maintain control through the use of starvation as a method of war, the indiscriminate bombardment of its own civilian populations, and an array of militias notorious for ethnic cleansing.
Sudan’s government is a violent kleptocracy, a system of misrule characterized by state capture and co-opted institutions, where a small ruling group maintains power indefinitely through various forms of corruption and violence. Read our latest report.
House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Hearing This Wednesday: The Sentry’s Brad Brooks-Rubin to Testify in Congress on Sudan Sanctions
Brad Brooks-Rubin, Policy Director at The Sentry and Policy Advisor at the Enough Project, will testify this Wednesday, April 26, alongside a distinguished panel of activists before the U.S. House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights, and International Organizations’ hearing on “The Questionable Case for Easing Sudan Sanctions.”
Large-scale migration to Europe has precipitated a paradigm shift in relations between the European Union (EU) and the government of Sudan, and closer ties between both entities. Read the full report.