Missing Children Europe welcomes new Secretary General Aagje Ieven

Missing Children Europe welcomes new Secretary General Aagje Ieven

Missing Children Europe is delighted to announce the appointment of Aagje Ieven to the post of Secretary General, effective from 5 November, thanks to her vast experience and commitment in the child rights, health and NGO sector.
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Mythbusters: what you thought you knew about children going missing

Mythbusters: what you thought you knew about children going missing

How often are children abducted? Should we still be teaching our kids about Stranger Danger? There are many questions and common misunderstandings about children that go missing. Missing Children Europe wants to set the record straight and put these myths to rest once and for all.

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Now hiring: A versatile Junior Communication Officer

Now hiring: A versatile Junior Communication Officer

Missing Children Europe is looking to recruit a versatile and dynamic Junior Communication Officer to support, execute and implement communication efforts, support fundraising and improve press activities for the organisation.
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NOW HIRING: Project Assistant, children in migration programme (maternity cover)

NOW HIRING: Project Assistant, children in migration programme (maternity cover)

Missing Children Europe is looking to recruit a versatile and dynamic Project Assistant, to be employed from February to July 2019 (included), to support the organisation’s activities within the programme on missing children in migration during a maternity leave.
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Cards of Hope 2018: Help us reunite missing children with their families by sending our Christmas card designs to your networks

Cards of Hope 2018: Help us reunite missing children with their families by sending our Christmas card designs to your networks

Missing Children Europe has launched the third edition of the Cards of Hope campaign. It’s simple: Help us bring more than hope to missing children and their families by sending out one of our Christmas and New Year e-card designs.
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Family mediation: a successful solution in child abduction cases

Family mediation: a successful solution in child abduction cases

Today marks the beginning of International Mediation Week which aims to promote the importance of family mediation in parental abduction cases. Despite its success rate, mediation remains a solution that is not sufficiently used in Europe. 
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Page not found, neither is Hannah

Page not found, neither is Hannah

On 25 September, we launch the first annual #NotFoundDay to raise awarenss about the Notfound.org web app, which converts useless 404 website error pages into posters of missing children.
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Now Hiring: Secretary General to lead a passionate team of 9 in Brussels

Now Hiring: Secretary General to lead a passionate team of 9 in Brussels

Candidates should apply with a full CV and cover letter in English, highlighting your relevant experience and skills, including why you are applying and what you think you would bring to the role. The deadline is midnight 15 September 2018. All applications should be submitted to Valentina Morese at recruitment@missingchildreneurope.eu
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10 tips to keep children safe during the summer holidays

10 tips to keep children safe during the summer holidays

It's finally summer! But amidst the temptations of sun, sea and sand, holidays with children, especially abroad or by the seaside, can quickly become a stressful situation. This is why we have made a list of 10 tips to make sure your holidays are less stressful for both yourselves and the kids.
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Missing Children Europe brings attention to the insecure funding of the 116 000 hotline by showing what children leave behind

Missing Children Europe brings attention to the insecure funding of the 116 000 hotline by showing what children leave behind

To raise awareness of the 116 000 hotline, we recreated the number in front of the European Parliament with donations of children’s clothing, toys and books - what is left behind when a child goes missing. 

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Missing children in Europe: children as young as five running away from home and care

Missing children in Europe: children as young as five running away from home and care

On the occasion of International Missing Children’s Day commemorated on May 25 across the globe, Missing Children Europe has launched its new Figure and Trends report on missing children for 2017.

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Runaways: UNSEEN and UNHEARD: What’s left behind when… a child runs away?

Runaways: UNSEEN and UNHEARD: What’s left behind when… a child runs away?

Every year, May 25 commemorates International Missing Children’s Day across the world. This year, Missing Children Europe needs your help to highlight the largest group of missing children: runaway children by hosting a symposium and collecting donations of children’s clothes, toys and books that will be used to trace out the 116 000 number in front of the European Parliament.

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