Iraq Missing Campaign

image The Iraq Missing Campaign (IMC) was established in 2010 by the Iraq Missing Persons Organization (IMPO) with the goal of providing substantial support and relief to Iraqi Missing Persons and their relatives.
This campaign is a big one and is done with the cooperation of local residents. This activity will be further expanded through the movie “Son of Babylon,” which is currently released around the world and depicts the missing person in Iraq.
Everyone looking for the whereabouts of relatives and loved ones, regardless of nationality, race, religion, status, gender, or political party, has the right to know where they are. They were the most injured in the turmoil of Iraq, many of them refugees, whose fate was greatly changed by changes in the political situation. And their pain will increase as the current instability continues.
(The United Nations regards this situation as mental torture and violates human rights.)
* Iraq Missing Campaign HP: (English)