Sri Lanka: Refusing to Disappear – AI report

TENS OF THOUSANDS MISSING: FAMILIES DEMAND ANSWERS


by Amnesty International

(January 26, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka Guardian) Enforced disappearance has touched every community, and within Sri Lanka there has been virtually no accountability for these grievous crimes. With a backlog of between 60,000 and 100,000 alleged enforced disappearances since the late 1980s, there is no shortage of examples of frustrated justice. And yet, family members of the disappeared continue to demand accountability. Their experiences illustrate the impact of these crimes and demonstrate the burden placed on those – particularly women – seeking accountability and the lengths to which some families have gone to get attention to their demands.

READ FULL REPORT HERE;

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