[Event] Facebook Live! International Day of the Disappeared: Remembering their Heroism and Activism | CAED

Facebook Live! International Day of the Disappeared: Remembering their Heroism and Activism

The event aims to forge unity while honoring and paying tribute to the desaparecidos as well as expressing solidarity with the hundreds of thousands of families and relatives around the world who are searching and waiting for their disappeared loved ones to return home.

Coalition Against Enforced Disappearance (CAED) believes that it is imperative for us to unite, draw inspiration from the lives of the disappeared, and together help their families especially in these unprecedented times.

*About the poster’s. Its main photo is that of Prof. Charlie del Rosario, the first documented desaparecido in the Philippines. He was last seen on March 19, 1971. Along with him in this poster are just some of the over two thousand reported victims of enforced disappearance in the country.

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