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Determining the fate of missing persons: the importance of archives for dealing with the past mechanisms

Nomor Panggil 340 IRRC 99:905 (2017)
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Penerbitan [Place of publication not identified]: Cambridge University Press , 2017
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PertanggungjawabanElisabeth Baumgartner, Lisa Ott
ISSN18163831
Majalah/JurnalInternational Review of the Red Cross
VolumeVol. 99, No. 905, Tahun 2017 : hal. 663-688
Akses Elektronik
Institusi Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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340 IRRC 99:905 (2017) 03-19-137388461 TERSEDIA
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ABSTRACT
This article discusses the role of archives of transitional justice and dealing with the past (DWP) mechanisms when determining the fate of missing persons. The concept of dealing with the past, the terms enforced disappearance and missing person, and the specific role of archives in periods of transition are examined. Subsequently, specific questions and challenges related to access and use of archives by DWP mechanisms, including those mechanisms with a mandate to determine the fate of missing persons, are described. Many questions related to access to archives, information management and preservation of records are similarly applicable to DWP mechanisms in general and to specific mechanisms mandated to search for missing persons. The article provides some examples of Statesobligations related to maintaining and providing access to archives that could assist in the search for missing persons under international law and policy. The article concludes by emphasizing the importance of the preservation and protection of archives relevant for dealing with the past. It further highlights the need to grant DWP mechanisms, especially those aimed at determining the fate of missing persons, access to those archives.