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Families of Missing Persons... Report (Eng)

Families of Missing Persons... Report (Eng)

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FAMILIES OF MISSING PERSONS IN NEPAL
A study of their needs
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International Committee of the Red Cross
G.P.O. Box: 21225,Meen Bhawan, Naya Baneshwor, Kathmandu Tel: (00977) 1 4482285 / 4492679Fax: (00977) 1 4482937E-mail: katmandu.kat@icrc.org
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DefinitionIExecutive SummaryII1.Introduction12.A profile of the victims2
2.1The missing and their families22.2Alleged perpetrators and circumstances of disappearance22.3Victims and perpetrators
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3.Methodology5
3.1Sampling53.2Research methods63.3Implementation73.4Response of subjects to the research8
4.The needs of families9
4.1Hierarchy of needs94.2Need to know the fate and whereabouts of themissing person114.3Needs related to the psychological and psychosocial impact164.4Economic needs214.5Needs specific to wives of the missing244.6Justice254.7Reparations284.8Attitudes to the state and its institutions324.9Legal and administrative issues
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5. Conclusions and recommendations35
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