Missing Persons Uncovered

Karen Shalev Greene, Caroline Humer
Publication Year
Thematic Area
Families / Law & Policies / The Search Process
Advocacy / Enforced Disappearance / Family Needs / Human Rights / Protecting/Restoring Family Links
Open access

This series of episodes gets beneath the surface of an emergency nations are facing across the world. Every year 155,000 people go missing in the UK alone. What does it mean to go missing? Why do some people make the choice to disappear? And how can we protect our vulnerable loved ones better?

Caroline Humer and Karen Shalev Greene set out to hear first-hand experiences of those who have experienced missing persons cases, seeking the people behind the statistics. Listen in on revealing conversations with professionals and practitioners who are working to challenge myths and raise awareness around this much misunderstood social and personal issue.