Eric Stover Shares His Passion for Human Rights Work

Berkeleyan, September 10, 2009 by Barry Bergman

It wasn’t until 1996, in Srebrenica, that he fully realized the devastation felt by people who are unable to identify their lost or “disappeared” family members. “That was a deep learning moment for me,” he recalls. “The court was supposed to be working for these victims. But the thing family members want most is identification of these bodies. More than justice, they want proper burial.”