(English) By Yasmine Khalaf 11 September 2020 – An online exhibit featuring films, brochures and other material created by Syrian civil society organizations underlines the legal rights of families of the missing.
(English) The Hague, 2 September 2020 – A new €2 million grant from Germany will enable the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) to help find missing persons in Iraq and Syria.
Hag, 28. avgust 2020. godine: Svjetski lideri moraju napustiti praksu primjene dvostrukih aršina kada je u pitanju rješavanje pitanja nestalih osoba, kazala je Kathryne Bomberger, generalna direktorica Međunarodne komisije za nestale osobe uoči Međunarodnog dana nestalih koji se širom svijeta obilježava 30. avgusta.
(English) Bogota, 27 August 2020: The achievements and challenges of more than 100 associations of families of the missing in Colombia, and other civil society organizations that are working on the country’s enormous missing persons challenge are detailed in a mapping report released by the ICMP.
(English) In an online exchange organized by the ICMP, families of the missing from BIH and from Syria shared experiences of their fights for justice and effective investigations into the whereabouts of their missing loved ones.
(English) BAGDHAD 13 August 2020: The ICMP this week signed cooperation agreements with the Mass Grave Affairs and Protection Directorate of the Martyr’s Foundation and the Medico Legal Directorate of the Ministry of Health and Environment, adding to an agreement signed with the Ministry of Justice in late July.
(English) March 19, 2020 – The International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) is supporting Iraq’s National Team in fieldwork to locate and recover human remains and to document criminal evidence from a mass grave near the Badoush prison.
(English) The Hague, 6 March 2020: Representatives of civil society organizations involved in Syria learned about the missing persons process in a learning and development program organized by the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) through its newly launched ICMP Wim Kok Center of Excellence and Learning.
(English) Baghdad, Iraq, 15 June 2020: To help relatives of the hundreds of thousands of persons missing in Iraq to navigate what can be a complex, challenging and lengthy process, the ICMP is developing a guide to Iraq’s approach to account for missing persons.
(English) 28 July 2020: A collection of films and other advocacy material created by Syrian civil society organizations are featured in a new online exhibit organized by the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP).
(English) Videos on ICMP and the global challenge of missing persons
(English) This interactive resource makes it possible for families, government authorities, forensic professionals and others to access and provide information related to missing person cases.
(English) Every year, millions of people around the world go missing as a result of conflict, human rights abuses, disasters, organized crime, irregular migration, and other causes. Be part of a growing international organization that is dedicated to tackling this issue.