WODC rapport: Missing Persons: The Regulation and Legal Consequences in Comparative Perspective

In 2017 researchers from UCERF carried out a study commissioned by the WODC for ‘missing persons: the regulation and legal consequences in comparative legal perspective’. The central research question was: Which policies and legal regulations with respect to left-behind families and missing persons exist in the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, and England & Wales and can these provide a solution for the problems signalled by left-behind families in the Netherlands? Are there other possible solutions?


For an English summary of the report, click here. For the full report (in Dutch), click here (online) or here (book).

 
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