Annual Report: 2000
Recovery and analysis of official documents from the last military dictatorship. Identification of disappeared people at the F tima massacre, at Santa F province, and at the city of Buenos Aires. Enlarging the Blood Sample database project. Academic activities. Photo exhibit activities. Collaborative agreements.
Human rights prosecutions of Argentinean military officer in Argentina, Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, Israel, USA, and at the InterAmerican Human Rights System from the OAS.
At the request of Tutela Legal, a local human rights organization, EAAF continues exhumations of the El Mozote massacre that were halted in 1993. Collaboration and training with the local Medical Legal Institute.
The use of forensic work in the 1994 Raboteau massacre trial, where a Haitian court convicted fifty-three persons. The identification of Jean Claude and Crismene Frederique.
A mission to assist the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (ICTY) with field and laboratory work in Kosovo.
At the request FIND, a local human rights organization, a mission to provide technical assistance in specific investigations, and to train a local group in techniques in forensic anthropology and archaeology in human rights investigations.
Collaboration with the Uruguayan Presidential Peace Commission in relation to Operation Condor. Investigation of Uruguayans that disappeared in Argentina and disappeared Argentineans buried in Uruguay.
Two missions following the collaborative agreement between The Amani Trust Bulawayo and EAAF. Training of a local team, analysis of human remains, and reburial ceremonies.