A forensic perspective on the new disappeared : migration revisited
Jose Pablo Baraybar, Inés Caridi and Jill Stockwell
Forensic science and humanitarian action
Chichester (England) : J. Wiley, 2020
p. 101-115 : graph.
Bibliography : p. 114-115
This chapter frames the tragedy of missing migrants. It explores the problem of collecting data about missing migrants followed by a discussion about challenges in locating and/or identifying them. It also explores the forensic tools and procedures at disposal to innovate the response and address the families' right to know. It looks at how taking a broader, non‐body centred approach to forensics may be relevant to searching for missing persons within other situations, including conflict, post‐conflict and disasters.
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