(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.
10. juli 2020. godine: povodom obilježavanja 25. godišnjice genocida u Srebrenici, ICMP, Memorijalni centar u Srebrenici i bosanskohercegovačka umjetnica Šejla Kamerić pokrenuli su projekt koji govori o naučnom procesu pronalaženja i identifikacije žrtava
(English) This short video describes how to Report a Missing Person through ICMP’s Secure, Centralized Data Repository
(English) Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 5 June 2020: The painstaking process of identifying victims of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide was the focus of a visit today by EU Special Representative Ambassador Johann Sattler, Head of the European Union Delegation in Bosnia and Herzegovina to see the work of the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP).
(English) The Hague, 15 May 2020: Artists play a crucial role in society by casting light on difficult topics, such as that of missing persons, Kathryne Bomberger, the Director-General of the International Commission on Missing Persons, said during the May 15, 2020, online launch of a virtual publication
(English) Pasto, Colombia, 30 March 2020: Guided by the Colombian non-governmental organization Association for the Integral Development of Victim, 40 children whose family members are missing used art and play to learn about a pre-colonial chieftain, human rights and disappearances.
(English) 30 April 2020 – How a future, post-conflict Syria could handle the challenge posed by large number of Syrians who are missing is the focus of a series of online policy discussions on the Syrian situation organized by the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP).
(English) Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 20 May 2020: Efforts to secure the rights of Srebrenica families of the missing to justice through court-led investigations and DNA-based identifications of the victims were highlighted today during a briefing for the representatives of international community in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
(English) The Hague, 20 March 2020: Three Mexican Forensic experts from the state of Nuevo Leon, working together with scientists from the International Commission on Missing Persons at the ICMP laboratory in The Hague, Netherlands, have successfully obtained DNA results from challenging post-mortem samples of missing persons.
(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) 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.