Annual Report: 1998
Projects involving historical research into police and government archives, investigations of cases arising from this research, development of a database, services to families of ÕdisappearedÕ persons, the development of genetic testing, and academic activities.
A mission to assist with field and laboratory work for the International Criminal Tribunal to the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in its investigation into human rights violations in Bosnia.
A mission to assist in establishing a bank of blood samples from relatives of Disappeared Chilean Citizens.
A mission to assist with the Colombian Attorney General's Criminology Division with the exhumation of the mass grave containing victims of the "Palace of Justice" incident.
EAAF conducted a two-week mission to the Democratic Republic of Congo as members of a larger United Nations investigative team.
EAAF participated as an invited guest at the International Summit of Human Rights Defenders in Paris.
Four missions to assist the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation with cases involving exhumations and laboratory analyses.
A mission to provide Haitian professionals with training in the legal uses of physical evidence and to contribute to the on-going investigation into the Raboteau case.
A mission to assist in planning exhumations and creating a database for information about disappeared persons
part in the Second Training Seminar for Human Rights Activists in Lima, Peru organized by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the Association for Human Rights (APRODEH), a Peruvian non-governmental organization.
Participation in a conference on Truth and Reconciliation.
Participation as an honoree at the Human Rights Watch Annual Celebration in Los Angeles, U.S.A.