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International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances and other topics

 

Dear friends,

On 30 August, we commemorated the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances. These victims are not only the forcibly disappeared but also their children, partners and close ones, who bear the burden of uncertainty on a daily basis. TRIAL International remembers the tens of thousands whom enforced disappearances have left behind.

In this newsletter, you will also read about the Commission of Inquiry on Burundi, Congolese NGOs fighting on the side of victims and a massacre in The Gambia that remains unelucidated.

 

As usual, we thank you for your support and wish you a pleasant read,

The TRIAL International team

 

 

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ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES

Those left behind suffer too

 

When a person is forcibly disappeared, it is often a whole community that pays the high price. Three Nepalese women describe how their lives have changed forever. 

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Burundi

The Commission of Inquiry still has a vital role to play

 

Burundi may be in a period of potential transition, but evolving political realities do not amount to systemic human rights change.  

Read more

 

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DRC

Three Congolese organization describe their daily work with victims

 

Demonstrating courage and unwavering determination, they collaborate with TRIAL International to bridge the gap between victims and the judiciary system.

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the Gambia

No justice for 2005 massacre of migrants

 

11 NGOs call for the truth, amid growing evidence that the murders were carried out by Gambian security force members.

Read more

 


 

 

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