Simon Robins is a humanitarian practitioner and researcher with an interest in transitional justice, humanitarian protection and human rights. The issue of persons disappeared and missing in armed conflict is a focus of his work, and empirical work on the issue forms the basis of his critique of current practice in transitional justice. He has recently published a book on the topic: Families of the Missing: A test for contemporary approaches to Transitional Justice, with Routledge. He has consulted for a range of international agencies, including the (ICRC), , the and the , and has also worked with the ICRC in Geneva as Advisor on missing persons and their families, and as a delegate in the field in Timor-Leste, Uganda and Nepal.
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