Women Face Unique Challenges in Searching for Missing Loved Ones from Conflict and Human Rights Abuses

Article posted on March 7, 2014

On the occasion of the International Woman’s Day, the 8th of March, the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) would like to highlight the challenges faced by women in searching for loved ones missing from armed conflict and human rights abuses.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina it has been determined that 87% of those missing from the armed conflicts of the 1990’s were men, leaving women and children to struggle with the consequences. A similar pattern is visible in the rest of the Western Balkans, as well as globally, according to ICMP data. Read More…

Documents on ICMP grants, Iraq 2014

Article posted on March 6, 2014

Documents on ICMP grants, Iraq 2014

CALL FOR PROPOSALS 2014 Civil Society Initiative Program, Iraq PDF

SMALL GRANT PROPOSAL FORMAT CSI Program, Iraq PDF

SMALL GRANT PROPOSAL FORMAT CSI Program, Iraq DOC

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ICMP and Libya Agree to Expand Cooperation during Minister’s Visit

Article posted on February 28, 2014

Bomberger and Gadur met in ICMP's headquarters

Bomberger and Gadur met in ICMP's headquarters

The Libyan Minister for the Affairs of Families of Martyrs and of Missing Persons (MAFMM) H.E. Mr. Ali Gadur and ICMP Director General Kathryne Bomberger agreed to expand cooperation in the process of locating and identifying missing persons in Libya. This agreement was reached during Mr. Gadur’s five day visit to ICMP. The delegation also included the Libyan Chief Prosecutor, Mr. Abdullah Aburziza and other representatives. Read More…