The Missing

Linked with Robin M. Coupland – England, with Centre for the Study of Human Rights, and with Weekly Ethical Reflection.

Published on CICR, International Conference of Governmental and Non-Governmental Experts, 87 pdf-pages, Geneva, 19-21 February 2003.

Action to resolve the problem of people unaccounted for as a result of armed conflict or internal violence and to assist their families

Mission statement: The aim is to heighten awareness among governments, the military, international and national organizations – including the worldwide Red Cross and Red Crescent network – and the general public about the tragedy of people unaccounted for as a result of armed conflict or internal violence and about the anguish of their families by creating and making available tools for action and communication in order to ensure accountability on the part of the authorities responsible for resolving the problem of missing people, to better assist the families and to prevent further disappearances … (full 87 pages text).

Links:

30th International Conference, official working documents, 12-10-2007;

Weapon contamination manual: Reducing the impact of explosive remnants of war and landmines through field activities, ICRC Publication 2007 ref. 0921;

Reviewing the legality of new weapons, means and methods of warfare, by Kathleen Lawand, International Review of the Red Cross No 864, p. 925-930, 31-12-2006, 6 pdf-pages;

Catalogue: a selection of the ICRC’s publications and films, ICRC Publication 2006, ref. 0822, 64 pdf-pages;

Books and articles, International Review of the Red Cross No 861, p. 207-215, 31-03-2006, 9 pdf-pages;

Neurobiology: A case study of the imminent militarization of biology, by Mark Wheelis and Malcolm Dando, International Review of the Red Cross, No 859, p. 553-572, 30-09-2005, 19 pdf-pages;

Report on “Biotechnology, Weapons and Humanity”, 30-06-2003.

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