For this report, Amnesty International conducted research into enforced disappearances committed by the government in Syria from March 2011 to August 2015. Researchers interviewed 71 family members, friends or colleagues of people who have been forcibly disappeared; eight people who were released after having been forcibly disappeared; and 14 international and national experts on enforced disappearance, such as investigators, analysts, and monitors. Amnesty International researchers carried out these interviews in Turkey, Lebanon, the UK and Germany from June to September 2015
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End enforced disappearances in Pakistan This brief report brings information on crimes of enforced d
This brief report brings information on crimes of enforced disappearance committed in Pakistan.
This webinar presents various examples of nonviolent organizing and actions against forced disappearances and their role and impact.
The Right to a Remedy for Enforced Disappearances in India: a Legal Analysis of International and Do
This report analyzes the international legal framework regarding India
This brief document brings legal and practical information on enforced disappearances committed in the Balkans.
This factsheet brings legal information, framework and institutions related to the commission of enforced disappearances.
This report provides information on the international legal framework related to enforced disappearances.
This paper provides information on the concept of enforced disappearances and its reflection on victims, families and the community, and also international legal framework and its commission on some Latin American countries.