Voices of victims: Testimonies from victims of enforced disappearance
Enforced disappearance is a dehumanising practice which has long-lasting and damaging consequences for both the disappeared person and his or her loved ones. It is also a crime under international law, customary international law and other international law and standards. This document is a collection of testimonies from victims of enforced disappearance and their family members around the globe collected by Amnesty International.
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