International Day of the Disappeared is on 30 August.
This annual event gives us a chance to recognise the numbers of people still missing through conflict, disaster and migration - and show solidarity with their loved ones.
You can get involved and spread the word about the issue.
Trace the Face
In 2013, the Red Cross launched Trace the Face – an online tool which allows anyone separated from their loved ones to post a picture of themselves to advertise their search.
And it’s working. So far this year, 21 people have found each other thanks to Trace the Face. This is an improvement on last year where 19 people found one or several family members.
The more people know about this tool, the more families we hope to reconnect. Help us spread the word about Trace the Face on International Day of the Disappeared.
Show your support
Benefit concert: Lost at sea and lost on land
To mark International Day of the Disappeared, there will be a benefit concern on Sunday 3 September 2017 to raise funds for the British Red Cross' work reuniting families.
The concert takes place from 7.30pm at St James Church in London. Tickets cost £12 (£10 concessions).
Find out more and book online