Animated videos of heartfelt interviews with family, friends, loved ones of detained individuals who can tell their story and call attention to their search/plight.
I was inspired by this video done by StoryCorps to honor some of the families of the victims in 9-11.
As echoed by a lot of the inspirations and concepts being submitted, I feel that the largest challenge faced by those who are victim to secret detention is exposure. Most people are very unaware of the incidence of secret detentions and even if they are, it's not something that they like to think about or think would ever happen to their family. It's difficult to empathize with something you've never experienced.
It's important to "humanize" the victims, the family members and the people who miss their loved ones in a way that will inspire support and aid. And this can be done effectively via the family's own words and some great animation.
If a website is created around the videos, an additional step can also be taken to add stories of successful reunions. Pictures of the united families, testimonials & thanks from the family members, or even an similar animated interview, but most importantly a journal or log of what the families did to free the detainees. This could be important not only in giving hope to families who are still searching, but also to give them ideas of other avenues to explore.