Forensic Investigations to locate and identify the missing 2014 – feedback




Speakers (from L-R): Back – Melanie Klinkner, Ian Hanson (Chair), Mike Groen.

Front – Matteo Borrini, Alison Anderson and Paul Cheetham


Mr Ian Hanson (International Commission on Missing Persons, Sarajevo), chaired Euroscicon’s Forensic Investigations to locate and identify the missing. Delegates liked the range of speakers, the variety of topics and the focus on the ‘interdisciplinary’ approach. They also liked the discussion session, the informality of the meeting and the organisation of the event.

 Comments included:

The speaker put a ‘human’ edge to it”

“Informative but also emotive “

“Very interesting and enthusiastic”

“Demonstrates successful organisation and use of forensic archaeology”

 “I absolutely loved her topic, really touching, why I love forensic archaeology”

“ Interesting case studies”

“Clear presentation of case studies”

“Such diverse topics with experts from different areas working towards the same goal”

“Very easy to listen to”

“Gave an understandable session about a difficult problem”

“Clear identification of issues to be discussed”

“Novel/new information”

“Good update on Bosnia”

“Renewed approach, very useful insights”

“Very relevant”

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