It is 27 years since her husband disappeared but Adelina is still searching for him. He is one of 15,000 Peruvians reported missing, caught up in battles between the Shining Path, a Maoist guerrilla group, and
The decade of conflict in Nepal, from 1996 to 2006, caused the disappearance of over 1,300 people. Today, their families are still waiting for information on the fate of their loved ones. Hope for information
In November 2001, twenty workers from Jogimara in Dhading District headed off to Kalikot to work at the airport construction site: 17 of them did not return home. There has been no official word on their fate
The Missing: the right to know is a short video providing a concise overview, through a series of testimonials, of the problem of those who remain unaccounted for.
V-F-CR-F-00758-A The Missing: the right to
The stories of Edgar, Guadalupe and Don Jacinto are typical of hundreds of others. They are the stories of people who still suffer because a member of their family disappeared during the armed violence in
Through a series of emotive testimonials, this video explores the tragedy of people who remain unaccounted for as a result of armed conflict or internal violence and the anguish that this causes to their