The Albright Group LLC is pleased to assist the ENOUGH Project on a voluntary basis in its efforts to raise awareness of current situations, to work with policy makers and grassroots activists, and to provide concrete recommendations for resolving conflicts and achieving peace. Three areas where the most egregious atrocities are continuing are the Darfur region of Sudan, the eastern Congo, and northern Uganda. The ENOUGH Project is starting with a focus on these three areas of Africa both because Africa is the site of some of the worst on-going atrocities and because it is a continent where positive change has already begun. Members of The Albright Group will offer their expertise as seasoned diplomats and experienced international negotiators to assist the ENOUGH Project as requested, for example with strategic analysis of global developments regarding Darfur, the DRC, and northern Uganda, with outreach to international leaders and policy communities, and with follow-on implementation work to mobilize effective action. The Albright Group will also work with the ENOUGH Project to reach out to corporations to identify what affirmative actions they can take to help prevent mass atrocities and genocide. The Albright Group will not undertake or be asked to undertake any action that would require registration under laws pertaining to the lobbying of the US government or acting as an agent for a foreign government.
The Albright Group will engage regularly with leading members of the ENOUGH Project to identify the most important areas for strategic policy advice and ways that its members can best reach out to international policy communities, leaders, and corporations.
MEASURES OF SUCCESS
The Albright Group will look to measure its short term success in the quantity of international policy makers and policy communities engaged and the hours of strategic advice invested in contributing toward the formation of concrete policy actions offered by the ENOUGH Project. Ultimately, the success of the commitment will be measured in progress made in the world's actions and preventative measures towards ending genocide and mass atrocities.
The world has been complacent for too long in the face of genocide and mass atrocities. Despite ongoing mass killings, the world's response has changed little since over 800,000 people were massacred in the genocide in Rwanda fifteen years ago.
In 2006, The ENOUGH Project was formed to overcome this lack of progress, to inform the world about what is happening, and to empower a growing number of voices calling for more successful solutions towards ending genocide and mass atrocities, once and for all. The ENOUGH Project combines advocacy and eyewitness reporting with expert research and policy recommendations to fuel advocacy efforts and provide concrete policy actions towards abolishing genocide and mass atrocities.
The members of The Albright Group share this vision and are
eager to contribute their international policy expertise and insights towards realization of the ENOUGH Project's worthy aims.