The objective of this study was to assess gender differences in disappeared persons and the circumstances of their disappearance. The method involved the completion of a semi structured interview and questionnaires by individuals searching for missing and disappeared persons in Croatia (1991-1995) as a part of the nationwide disappeared person’s registry of the Croatian Commission for Detained and Missing Persons. A total of 6,183 informants provided information on characteristics and circumstances of 2,563 disappeared persons, 84% of total number of 3,052 disappeared persons. The findings of this study indicate high Levels of civilian disappearance during the war in Croatia.
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Health and Human Rights: Doing Justice, Building Capacity
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