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A culture of impunity in J&K

It’s a ritual that has been going on in Srinagar since the nineties.

Scores of women and children sit silently in protest at a park with photographs of their missing sons, brothers, fathers or husbands who have disappeared after being arrested by the security agencies. 675 more words

The Road to Justice: Missing Persons in Kosovo from a Policy Standpoint

The last report I’ve written for CRDP, “The Road to Justice,” now available online in English, Albanian, and Serbian. This report provides a timeline of the way missing persons in Kosovo have been dealt with since the end of the war, and the legal gridlock that remains in investigating and prosecuting cases of enforced disappearances. 35 more words


A missing State

By Naseer Memon

The dismal image of the country on human rights front merits drastic overhaul by implementing international convention on missing persons

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has once again pleaded the government of Pakistan to ratify “international convention for the protection of all persons from enforced disappearance”, and shun the barbaric practice of enforced disappearances and killings of compatriots. 1,236 more words