Nearly two years ago, the Obama administration deployed 100 U.S. military advisors to central Africa. As the administration considers withdrawing the advisors, Enough Project LRA Analyst Ashley Benner argues for an extended deployment to build on the successes of the initiative and bring an end to the LRA conflict.
In a Hill.com op-ed, Enough Project Executive Director John C. Bradshaw and CAP Action Fund President Tom Perriello urge Congress to address the underlying driver of conflict in Sudan and to recommit to supporting peace in Darfur and other areas affected by ongoing conflict.
In a Global Brief magazine feature, Executive Director Bradshaw, along with Harvard University Professor Calestous Juma and Georgetown University Professor Gwendolyn Mikell, provide a three-part analysis on how Congo can shift its economic and political outlook in the next seven years. If led by responsible Congolese reformers in both government and civil society, and creatively supported by regional and international actors, the DRC could, by 2020, be in the midst of a hopeful transition period.
In a Foreign Policy op-ed, Enough Project Co-founder John Prendergast discusses the increasing potential for the disintegration of the Sudanese state and calls for new ideas and approaches to support peace efforts between and within the Sudans.
For a new generation of Darfuris, the only life they know has been inside the confines of refugees camps or in the face of violence. These drawings, collected by the Darfur Dream Team, show a glimpse into the lives and perspectives of children affected by the ongoing crisis.
Rahma and his family were forced from his home in Darfur when he was nine years old. Ten years later, he is 18 years old and the situation in Darfur remains the same. His video testimonial urges the international community to take action and stand with the people of Darfur for a final resolution for peace.
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