Advances and progress in the obligation to return the remains of missing and forcibly disappeared persons

@article{Baranowska2017AdvancesAP,
  title={Advances and progress in the obligation to return the remains of missing and forcibly disappeared persons},
  author={Grażyna Baranowska},
  journal={International Review of the Red Cross},
  year={2017},
  volume={99},
  pages={709 - 733}
}
Abstract This article analyzes the evolution in international law of the obligation to search for and return the remains of forcibly disappeared and missing persons. Receiving the remains of forcibly disappeared and missing persons is one of the primary needs of their families, who bring the issue to international courts and non-judicial mechanisms. This obligation has been incrementally recognized and developed by different human rights courts, which have included the obligation to search for… Expand
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