Justice for Iran has just launched an interactive map with exact or approximate locations of around seventy mass graves across Iran, linked to the clandestine political massacres carried out across the country in 1988. The data was collected from families of the victims, political activists and local eyewitnesses.
The Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team is a non-governmental, non-profit, scientific organization that applies forensic sciences—mainly forensic anthropology and archaeology—to the investigation of human rights violations in Argentina and worldwide. EAAF was established in 1984 to investigate the cases of at least 9,000 disappeared people in Argentina’s 1976-193 military junta. Today, the team works in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe.
The Colibrí Center for Human Rights is a non-profit, non-governmental organization working to end migrant death and related suffering on the U.S.-Mexico border. It partners with families and forensic scientists to find missing people and help identify individuals who have died crossing the border.
The Grupo de Investigaciones en Antropología Social y Forense (GIASF) is a team of scientists and social scientists that engage with violence, and in particular the phenomenon of enforced disappearances in the current context in Mexico. The GIASF develops research methodology derived from social and forensic anthropology in collaboration with civil society groups and family organisations of disappeared persons.
Gobernanza Forense Cuidadana is a Mexican non-profit civil society organisation. Their work aims to change legal culture in Mexico by strengthening the capacities of government officials, policy makers and lay citizens to better comprehend forensic practices in order to improve the judicial system.