- Lellos Demetriades
- Joanna Loizidou
- Achilleas Demetriades
- Levon Arakelian
- Nikolas Kyriakou
- Natasa Iakovou
The objects of TRUTH NOW are:
1.To ascertain in every way the fate of the missing persons, or of persons who either passed away or whose traces were lost or whose fate is unknown, during the Inter Communal Troubles between the Communities of Cyprus, and during the Turkish Invasion of 1974, and to investigate and study any matter related to the abovementioned object whether this relates to a specific person or category of persons or special area of Cyprus.
2.To undertake every effort for the healing of the wounds of the close relatives of the abovementioned missing persons and/or persons whose human rights have been violated.
3.To ascertain the facts in relation to possible violations of basic human rights during the abovementioned events.
4.To act as a pressure group to the International or Cypriot public opinion, Governments, Legislative Bodies, Religious Organisations or Churches and, in general, to any Organisations or civil or political groups which could achieve or contribute to the achievement of all or any of the abovementioned objects of the organisation.
5.To organise speeches, workshops, seminars, conferences and informational campaigns and meetings to grant services concerning the objects of the organisation and to educate and test the trainees.
The status of ratification of the convention can be checked at the website of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
The ICRC website contains information on the convention related to missing persons and international humanitarian law
The website of the Inter American Court on Human Rights contains the texts and ratification status of the interamerican convention on forced disappearance as well as important jurisprudence and an extensive library.
The website of the European court on human rights contains case law information on disappearance cases.
The website of the Universal Periodic Review is a mechanism of the UN Human Rights Council, which involves the review of all UN member states, once every four years, on their human rights practices.