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.

NGO letter to UN Security Council on UNAMID

The letter calls on the Council to:

Testimony on The Troubling Case of Mariam Ibrahim

U. S. House of Representatives

Committee on Foreign Affairs
Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations
Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ), Chairman

Testimony on The Troubling Case of Mariam Ibrahim

Omer G. Ismail
Senior Policy Advisor, The Enough Project

Enough Forum: The Military Dynamics of South Sudan’s Civil War

Presented by the Enough Project, the Enough Forum is a platform for dynamic discourse engaging critical issues, challenges and questions among thought leaders, field researchers and policy experts. Opinions and statements herein are those of the authors and participants in the forum, and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy recommendations of the Enough Project.

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

Janjaweed Reincarnate: Sudan’s New Army of War Criminals


One decade after Darfur’s Janjaweed militiamen earned global infamy as “devils on horseback,” Sudan is experiencing brutal violence at their hands once again. Newly armed and outfitted, re-branded as the "Rapid Support Force" (RSF) and flying the national flag, the government of President Omar al-Bashir has unleashed this new military entity, in a devastating campaign of mass atrocities. This report—the product of nine months of Enough Project and Satellite Sentinel Project research—traces the movements of the RSF across Sudan and exposes the civilian targeting that has become the hallmark of their activities.

VICE News Op-ed: Sudan's Silent Suffering Is Getting Worse

Editor's Note: This is an excerpt from an op-ed which originally appeared on VICE News. George Clooney, co-founder of Not On Our Watch, and John Prendergast, co-founder of the Enough Project, together founded the Satellite Sentinel Project.

George Clooney and John Prendergast’s Wake-Up Call: Sudan’s Silent War May be World’s Most Murderous

MEDIA ALERT: 11 June 2014
Contact: Christina DiPasquale, 202.716.1953,

George Clooney and John Prendergast’s Wake-Up Call:
Sudan’s Silent War May be World’s Most Murderous

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