9 April 2021 – In an assessment report launched this week during a meeting of the Berlin Process’ International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Working Group, the ICMP examines Libya’s efforts to account for missing persons and recommends action to establish a sustainable and effective missing persons process.
The Hague, 25 March 2021 – The importance of collecting and preserving evidence related to missing persons was a key topic in a second training course for first responders who locate persons missing from the ongoing conflict in Syria, held this week by the ICMP.
Baghdad, 18 March 2021 – Thirty representatives from as many Iraqi civil society organizations strengthened their ability to assist families of missing persons in the missing persons process, including helping them to report disappearances and apply for compensation, during a two-week International Commission on Missing Person course that ended today.
Monterrey, Mexico, 16 March 2021 – The Office of the Prosecutor in the Mexican state of Nuevo Leon (FGJNL) this month received a donation of laboratory equipment and software that strengthens its capacities to make DNA-based identifications of challenging missing persons cases.
The Hague, 15 March 2021 – Ten years after the war erupted, the ICMP reiterated that immediate action is needed to find missing persons and secure the human rights of families of the missing.
By ICMP Director-General Kathryne Bomberger The Hague, 8 March 2020 – Women are the main drivers in securing human rights in relation to the issue of missing persons who disappeared due to conflict, human rights abuses, disasters, organized violence, global warming and other causes.
Tirana, 2 March 2021 – In a report launched at an online event today, the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) presents research, analysis and recommendations to improve Albania’s efforts to account for missing persons.
Bogota, Colombia 23 February, 2021 – Colombian civil society organizations (CSOs) involved in the country’s efforts to find those who remain missing following the 50-year conflict have grown stronger, thanks to International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) grants funded by the European Union (EU).
The Hague, 25 February 2021 – A Syrian Policy Coordination Group (PCG) that will work to develop recommendations for a policy framework for a future missing person process in Syria, recently established with the support of ICMP, held an introductory meeting today.
The Hague, 28 January 2021 – First responders who locate persons missing from the ongoing conflict in Syria enhanced their capabilities to investigate missing persons cases in line with the rule of law and international best practice during a course held this week by the ICMP.
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