Frequently Asked Questions
The Activist Portal is the Enough Project’s online resource center for activists and students.
Why does the Enough Project work on Sudan, South Sudan, Central African Republic, and Democratic Republic of Congo?
Over the past three decades, the area stretching from central Africa to the Horn has been the deadliest war zone in the world. Millions of people have perished or been displaced. The Enough Project by limiting its geographic scope has been able to focus its resources and expertise in hopes of creating positive change.
The Sentry, Enough’s investigative partner, is a team of policy analysts, regional experts, and financial forensic investigators that follows the money in order to create consequences for those funding and profiting from genocide or other mass atrocities in Africa, and to build leverage for peace. Co-founded by George Clooney and John Prendergast, The Sentry is an initiative of the Enough Project and Not On Our Watch (NOOW), with investigative support from the Center for Advanced Defense Studies (C4ADS). The Sentry currently focuses on the the corrupt transnational networks linked to those most responsible for deadly violence in South Sudan, Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, and the Central African Republic.
Yes! Enough is headquartered in Washington D.C., with staff and contractors – some public and some not – based in Africa, Washington, New York, San Francisco, London, and Brussels.
At the time we do not currently offer any internship opportunities. The best way to get involved is to apply to our Student Upstander program.
As constituents, students have a historic and essential role to play in what their government does or does not do to stop mass atrocities and prevent genocide. Being on campus, students have access to a group of peers excited to learn about new topics and take action. From the organization’s founding, students have been a central focus of Enough’s organizing and advocacy efforts as an important constituency and the next generation of leaders!
The Enough Project is happy to help coordinate a speaker for your community or university event if traveling and schedules allow. We can also work to find speakers that can join events and meetings virtually. Please fill out this form about your event to get started. Thanks!
Yes, the Enough Project, has partnered with many celebrities to raise awareness about African human rights campaigns that include ending genocide in Sudan, and stopping the deadly conflict mineral trade in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Celebrity partners have advocated for these issues, for example, through participating in videos and interviews, traveling with the Enough Project to the regions where we are focused, and writing opinion-editorial pieces. Celebrities can use their fame to highlight and educate countless people and shined a light on issues that would otherwise remain shrouded in darkness. By recruiting thousands of people to relatively unknown causes, they help create real pressure for change.
Please visit Enough Project’s Celebrity Upstander page for more information.
If you are a student and want to apply to become part of our Student Upstander Program, please fill out an application. You can view employment opportunities with Enough and The Sentry here or donate to Enough here. Click here to join Enough’s mailing list to get the latest news, publications and info on actions that you can take! Also, be sure to stay tuned for email updates about the Lemkin Summit to End Genocide and Mass Atrocities. Lastly, sharing content from Enough and The Sentry is one of the best ways for us to grow the movement. We’d love for you to join our online communities: follow us on Facebook and Twitter.