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Inspector-General ADF Afghanistan Inquiry - Public Call for Information

Defence and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs care about the welfare of all personnel involved in the IGADF Afghanistan Inquiry and are committed to ensuring there is access to support for individuals and their families.
 

Update

The Inquiry is in its final stages. The Inquiry is not intending to issue any further notices to potentially affected persons.

Welfare support services are available for those who have had contact with the Inquiry.

Call for Information About Rumours of Possible Breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict in Afghanistan

The Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force (IGADF) is conducting an Inquiry into rumours of possible breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict by members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) in Afghanistan, between 2005 and 2016.

The Inquiry would like anyone who has information regarding possible breaches of the Laws of Armed Conflict by Australian forces in Afghanistan, or rumours of them, to contact the Inquiry.

Email: ig.adf@defence.gov.au

Post: Office of the Inspector-General of the Australian Defence Force, BP25-4, Brindabella Park, PO Box 7924, CANBERRA BC ACT 2610

The Inquiry is being conducted in private. Arrangements can be made for the identity of persons providing information to be protected and kept confidential and for information to be received in-person.

The IGADF is a statutory office holder, and the Inquiry is independent of the ADF chain of command.

Notices placed in local Afghani newspapers

Dari translation of advertisement in Arman Monthly, 5 March 2018

Public call for information - advertisement in Arman Monthly, 5 March 2018 (Dari translation) [PDF-168KB]


Dari translation of advertisement in Persian Herald, 8 March 2018

Public call for information - advertisement in Persian Herald, 8 March 2018 (Dari translation) [PDF-168KB]