Erik B. Wilson is a development professional and researcher with an interest in enforced disappearance, transitional justice, and human rights. Erik completed his MSc in Development Studies at the London School of Economics where his dissertation focused on enforced disappearance in Nepal, specifically international NGOs and the role they play as discourse framing agents. His writing has also appeared on the Himal Southasian blog “Over the Top” and in the Nepali English dailies Republica and The Kathmandu Post. Erik is a photographer and has supported a number of organizations in Nepal including the Committee for Social Justice, the National Network of Families of Disappeared and Missing Nepal, and Next Generation Nepal. He is the managing editor of The Missing Blog (www.missingblog.net) a website dedicated to aggregating and disseminating news and information about enforced disappearance and those missing in conflict from around the world.