Saturday, December 15, 2018

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 99, no. 905, August 2017) is out. The theme is: "The Missing." Contents include:
  • Vincent Bernard, The disappeared and their families: When suffering is mixed with hope
  • Interview with Estela Barnes de Carlotto: President of the Grandmothers of the Plaza de Mayo
  • Maleeka Salih & Gameela Samarasinghe, Families of the missing in Sri Lanka: Psychosocial considerations in transitional justice mechanisms
  • Pauline Boss, Families of the missing: Psychosocial effects and therapeutic approaches
  • Q&A: The ICRC's engagement on the missing and their families
  • Ximena Londoño & Alexandra Ortiz Signoret, Implementing international law: An avenue for preventing disappearances, resolving cases of missing persons and addressing the needs of their families
  • Bernard Duhaime & Andréanne Thibault, Protection of migrants from enforced disappearance: A human rights perspective
  • Monique Crettol, Lina Milner, Anne-Marie La Rosa, & Jill Stockwell, Establishing mechanisms to clarify the fate and whereabouts of missing persons: A proposed humanitarian approach
  • Isabelle Lassée, The Sri Lankan Office on Missing Persons: Truth and justice in tandem?
  • Vishakha Wijenayake, The Office on Missing Persons in Sri Lanka: The importance of a primarily humanitarian mandate
  • Elisabeth Baumgartner & Lisa Ott, Determining the fate of missing persons: The importance of archives for “dealing with the past” mechanisms
  • Using forensic science to care for the dead and search for the missing: In conversation with Dr Morris Tidball-Binz: Forensic Manager of the Missing Persons Project, ICRC
  • Grażyna Baranowska, Advances and progress in the obligation to return the remains of missing and forcibly disappeared persons
  • Gabriella Citroni, The first attempts in Mexico and Central America to address the phenomenon of missing and disappeared migrants
  • Ahmed Al-Dawoody, Management of the dead from the Islamic law and international humanitarian law perspectives: Considerations for humanitarian forensics
  • François Bugnion, Adoption of the Additional Protocols of 8 June 1977: A milestone in the development of international humanitarian law
  • Geoff Loane & Ricardo Fal-Dutra Santos, Strengthening resilience: The ICRC's community-based approach to ensuring the protection of education