Intentional Destruction of Village | Tajalei

Satellite image taken by DigitalGlobe for the Satellite Sentinel Project on March 6, 2011, showing at least 300 structures burned, at least two-thirds of which clearly appear to be for civilian use. credit: DigitalGlobe/Satellite Sentinel Project

Introducing: The Sentry

Today the Enough Project launched The Sentry, an initiative co-founded by George Clooney and John Prendergast that seeks to dismantle the networks of perpetrators, facilitators, and enablers who fund and profit from Africa’s deadliest conflicts. With The Sentry, Enough hopes to lend greater support to broader accountability measures as well as provide leverage to peace efforts aimed at ending Africa’s deadliest conflicts.

CNN Op-ed: Sanctions Threats Are Not Enough

Editor's Note: This op-ed originally appeared on on June 25, 2015 and was written by Satellite Sentinel Project co-founders George Clooney and John Prendergast and Enough Project Policy Analyst Akshaya Kumar. Their piece argues that since greed is driving the calculations of South Sudan’s government and rebel leaders, the surest route to peace is by hitting them in their wallets with biting sanctions.

The scale of the crisis facing South Sudan is hard to comprehend -- 2 million people have been displaced as the country has tumbled back into a greed-driven war that has also left almost half the population without enough food to eat.

New York Times Op-Ed George Clooney on Darfur

Editor's Note: This op-ed was written by George Clooney, John Prendergast and Akshaya Kumar and originally appeared on The New York Times as "George Clooney on Sudan’s Rape of Darfur" on February 25, 2015.

New Report on South Sudan: Spoils of War, Spoilers of Peace

South Sudan’s civil war is a consequence of a power struggle between President Salva Kiir and former Vice-President Riek Machar and their respective supporters. Nine months into the deadly conflict, the parties remain committed to a military “solution,” despite repeated pledges to put down their weapons.

NGOs Release Joint Statement to Participants of UNGA’s Ministerial High-Level Meeting on South Sudan

On the occasion of the September 25 Ministerial High-Level Meeting on South Sudan during the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, 19 non-governmental organizations released a joint statement on the conflict in South Sudan. The Enough Project, along with 18 other organizations, emphasized the role that the international community must play in the creation of peace by enhancing leverage over the warring parties. The statement reads:

Enough Supports Sudanese Activists Speaking Out On Government Crimes

Editor's Note: This blog was written by Enough Project intern Naafeh Dhillon.

CNN Op-Ed: At the UN, Janjaweed is a Dirty Word

Editor's Note: This article by Akshaya Kumar, Enough's Sudan and South Sudan policy analyst, originally appeared on CNN.

Sudan Unleashes a War Criminal Army

Contact: Christina DiPasquale, +1 202-716-1953,

Enough Project & Satellite Sentinel Project report:

Sudan Unleashes a War Criminal Army

Regime Gives Janjaweed Genocidaires New Name, Weapons, and a License to Kill

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