(English) The Hague, 5 October 2021: – Members of the Policy Coordination Group (PCG) for Missing and Disappeared Persons in Syria have recommended adoption of a set of provisions in a future Syrian constitution to enable a sustainable and just process to account for more than 100,000 persons missing from the on-going conflict.
(English) The Hague, 1 October 2021: – The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) has received a new grant of SEK 2 million (€200,000) from Sweden to support its Main Program in 2021.
Podgorica, 29. septembra 2021. godine – Grupa za nestale osobe (GNO) na sastanku u Podgorici ove sedmice se složila o nizu mjera za jačanje regionalne saradnje radi pronalaska osoba nestalih u sukobima u bivšoj Jugoslaviji.
22. kolovoz 2021. godine – Međunarodna komisija za nestale osobe (ICMP) predstavila je detaljan prikaz napretka u traženju i identificiranju osoba nestalih tijekom sukoba u Hrvatskoj, zajedno s preporukama o tome kako se proces može unaprijediti.
30. avgust 2021. godine: povodom Međunarodnog dana nestalih, ICMP je uz podršku Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva objavio Tematski vodič s pitanjima i odgovorima za porodice nestalih. Vodič pod naslovom Rješavanje pitanja osoba nestalih u sukobima na prostoru bivše Jugoslavije dostupan je na svim jezicima zemalja bivše Jugoslavije u preglednom i čitljivom formatu.
(English) Pristina, Kosovo: 6 September 2021 – Kathryne Bomberger, the Director-General of the ICMP, and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti met today in Pristina to discuss ways of expediting the process of accounting for more than 1,600 persons still missing from the Kosovo conflict.
(English) The Hague, 27 August 2021 – The first edition of the Global Report on Missing persons, published today, ahead of the International Day of the Disappeared, examines why increasing numbers of people are going missing around the world, why many remain missing, and the policies that governments and others can implement in order to address this issue in effective ways.
(English) The Hague, 1 September 2021 – Iraqi government institutions today concluded a three-day strategic meeting in The Hague titled, “Missing Persons in Iraq: The Way Forward” hosted by the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP).
(English) The Hague, 20 August 2021 – The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) today completed the first phase of a campaign to collect DNA samples from Syrian families living in Europe whose relatives have gone missing either in Syria as a result of the conflict, or along migration routes after fleeing the conflict.
(English) The Hague, 30 August 2021 – ICMP, together with Iraqi partners, today launched a strategic policy meeting on “Missing Persons in Iraq: The Way Forward”. The objective of the three-day meeting, initiated on the occasion of the International Day of the Disappeared, is to enhance Iraqi efforts to account for all missing persons, regardless of sectarian, or national background or the time period, location, or circumstances of their disappearance.
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