Conflict-Free Campus Initiative

Kingston-Upon-Hull Becomes First UK City to Pass Conflict-Free Resolution

Editor's Note: This post was written by Mike Riley, leader of the Conflict-Free Hull Campaign.

Growing My Wings

Editor's Note: This post was written by Jake Littman, a 2015 graduate of SUNY Stony Brook.

My Night with Robin Wright

Editor’s Note: This post was written by Conflict-Free Campus Initiative Campus Organizer and University of North Florida student Corey Jones.

Feeling the Movement - A Reflection on the Lemkin Summit

Editor's Note: This post was written by Ohio University junior Luke Kubacki. Luke is the Campaigns Coordinator for STAND, the student-led movement to end mass atrocities, and was also a participant in the Lemkin Summit in February 2015.

Claire Underwood Calls for Investment in Congo’s Mineral Sector – Grab Lunch with Her and Talk it Over

House of Cards actor and Enough Project upstander Robin Wright wants you to join her for lunch on the set of the hit television series to talk politics, power, and maybe even Congo. It only costs $10 and the funds benefit Enough’s Raise Hope for Congo campaign.

Click here to enter before March 31st.

Update on Congo violence: Envoys call for restraint, timely electoral process

Editor's Note: The Enough Project is deeply concerned about the violence occurring in Kinshasa, Goma, and other cities in Congo. Today, the Team of International Envoys for the Great Lakes region (comprised of UN Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Said Djinnit, UN Special Representative and Head of MONUSCO Martin Kobler, AU Special Representative for the Great Lakes Boubacar Diarra, EU Senior Coordinator for the Great Lakes Koen Vervaeke, US Special Envoy for the Great Lakes and the DRC Russell D.

Attacks in Beni, eastern Congo. Part 2: Violence continues, authorities launch gradual response

Editor's Note: In the first post  in a series about a number of deadly civilian attacks in Beni territory in North Kivu, we described the initial surge of violence in October, and tensions between local populations and the authorities meant to protect them – local government and MONUSCO peacekeepers.

Attacks in Beni, eastern Congo. Part 1: A surge in violence fuels civilian discontent

Editor's Note: This is the first post in a series on a surge of violence against civilians in Beni territory and increasing tensions between the local populations and the authorities meant to protect them.This post was written by Enough Project intern Jasper Kubasek.

Cal Poly Passes Conflict Minerals Resolution

On May 20th, 2014, the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) Academic Senate passed a conflict minerals resolution, making Cal Poly the 17th school to go conflict-free.

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