Feature - Sri Lanka´s Missing People
Eight years after the end of Sri Lanka´s civil war, women are still desperately trying to receive information about their missing loved ones, Amnesty International estimates the number of disappeared could be as high as 100,000. The U.N. says the country has the second highest number of reported disappearances of all nations since 1980, behind Iraq.
Moises Saman examined the North’s difficult post-war situation and shares the story of the wives and mothers of the missing and their ongoing public protests to find out what happened to their loved ones.
These women have lost their livelihoods and...