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The St. Louis University Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Bosnian-Herzegovinian American Academy of Arts and Sciences and The Consulate General of Bosnia and Herzegovina present:

CSI in Bosnia and Herzegovina

forensic methods, obstacles, and the social effects of identifying victims of mass fatalities.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

6-8 PM (Open to the public)

St. Louis University, Busch Student Center, St Louis Room (Room 300)
20 N. Grand Blvd., Stl Louis, MO 63103


Panelists:
Adnan Rizvić
International Commission on Missing Persons, Sarajevo,Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nedim Duraković
Podrinje Identification Project,Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Moderator
Sarah Wagner
University of North Carolina Greensboro, author of To
Know Where He Lies: DNA and the Search forSrebrenica’s Missing

Established at the initiative of U.S. President Clinton in 1996, the
International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) is headquartered
in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. More than 15 years after the war, the
effort to find and identify over 30,000 missing in Bosnia and Herzegovina is
still underway. Through this process, Bosnia and Herzegovina has become a
global leader in the science of identifying human remains using DNA. This
expertise is now used by other countries from Iraq to USA to help identify the
victims of conflict and natural disasters.

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