Monthly Archives: June 2012

ICMP Organizes Exchange Visit for Women Affected by Enforced Disappearances

The ICMP, in close cooperation with the Ministry of Martyrs and Anfal Affairs (MoMAA) and the Martyrs Foundation, organized an exchange visit for mothers, widows and daughters of persons who are believed to be victims of the crime of Enforced Disappearance. The organization brought together 14 women from the Basra province, located in the far south of Iraq with 15 women from the Kurdistan Region to exchange experiences and initiate a dialogue beyond ethnic, religious and regional borders.

ICMP Collects Additional Blood Reference Samples from Family Members in Croatia

Blood sample collection teams from the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) finished a three-week blood collection campaign in Croatia today. A total of 187 samples were collected from family members living in 18 Croatian counties whose loved ones went missing during the armed conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990’s. The project was implemented as a joint project by the Office for Missing and Detained Persons of the Ministry of Defenders of Republic of Croatia and with the assistance of the Croatian Red Cross.