Tag: International Tracing
The last time Alinoti Milingita saw his mother he was just 14.
Tracking down loved ones displaced by disaster and conflict is a difficult task. But according to Sue Callender, a positive outcome can be achieved with the simplest of methods.
A time capsule from a soldier long gone.
In 2015, the Australian Red Cross International Tracing Service celebrates 100 years of reconnecting family members and clarifying the fate of those separated by war, conflict, disaster or migration.
Genie Fiebig feels she’s been fortunate in her life, but in her 85 years she’s seen her fair share of challenges. From her childhood in war-torn Poland to her life in Australia today, read how Red Cross has been there through the twists and turns.