Report Chad is engulfed in a crisis that draws on internal contradictions, but is fueled and inflamed by the conflict in Darfur.
Report Unless the peace talks in Juba directly address LRA rebel leader Joseph Kony’s security concerns, peace will remain elusive in northern Uganda.
Report Experts outline a plan for deploying a UN/AU hybrid force to Darfur to prevent UNAMID from failing before it even really exists.
Prendergast argues before the Senate Banking Committee that increased pressure and diplomacy is the only way to end the genocide in Darfur.
As someone who has worked in Africa‘s worst war zones for the past quarter-century, I usually write about atrocities, tyranny and famine. That’s what Americans are used to in articles with Africa datelines: grim tales of a hopeless and devastated continent. But after years of dealing with the likes of Somali gunmen, the Janjaweed militia [...]
Report John Prendergast and Colin Thomas-Jensen of the ENOUGH project discuss the reality in Darfur and Eastern Chad and how we can move forward with solutions.
Report John Prendergast explains why leverage is needed in Northern Uganda peace talks, and how to achieve it.
Report The ENOUGH project outlines an effective solution for influencing Khartoum to end its pursuit of a military solution in Darfur.
The ENOUGH campaign, a joint initiative of CAP and the International Crisis Group, releases its third comprehensive strategy briefing for Darfur.
John Prendergast talks about yesterday’s devastating announcement from President Bush and how to move forward to end genocide.
Report ENOUGH! campaign report outlines the six sides of a Rubik's Cube of policy that can resolve the crisis in Darfur.
John Prendergast is the Co-Founder of the Enough Project at American Progress. He is an author and human rights activist who for over 25 years has worked for peace in Africa. During the Clinton administration, John was involved in a number of peace processes in Africa while he was director of African affairs at the [...]