United Nations General Assembly High-Level Meeting for the ten- year review of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS)
December 16, 2015
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There are always some facts, witnesses and documents that can shed light on the missing. Any information, no matter how circumstantial, adds a piece to the puzzle. The answers exist, but often they are only given when it suits key individuals politically or economically. The rules of war may have been broken and revelations can be embarrassing. As a result, humanitarian concerns are ignored and 'The Missing' are lost forever, creating endless tragedies for their families and weakening their societies. To die for freedom is acceptable. To be abandoned for it is not.

Jane E. Durgom-Powers
Founder & President, IFFAMPAC

International Federation of Family Associations of Missing Persons from Armed Conflicts 501(c)(3) charitable organization - All contributions are tax deductible