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Legacies of the Disappeared: Missing Children and Parental Harm in Protracted Social Conflict

This project is a comparative, context-specific examination of the harm suffered by parents in the aftermath of their children’s disappearances. Based on field research in Peru, Sri Lanka and Uganda, the project will produce academic publications and research to inform policies that will better support parents and families of the disappeared, and a documentary that will increase social awareness of the social and emotional effect on families of the disappeared.

Hub member(s):
Dr Rebekka Friedman, King’s College London
Dr Hanna Ketola, King’s College London

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