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Now recruiting: Outreach worker (Miniila app)

Now recruiting: Outreach worker (Miniila app)

Missing Children Europe is looking to recruit an Outreach Worker to promote the Miniila app to children and youth in migration in Europe.

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Now seeking: Research intern (unpaid)

Now seeking: Research intern (unpaid)

Missing Children Europe is looking to recruit a multi-faceted research intern (unpaid) to support execute and implement research efforts for the organisation to assist programmes, fundraising and membership staff.

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"Hear our voices" urge young migrants: meaningful participation is essential for effective child protection

 

Missing Children Europe and the (Maltese) President's Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society have just concluded the third edition of the Lost in Migration conference on the basis of which several concrete recommendations have been put together for the protection of children in migration.
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The Real #10YearChallenge Facing Missing Kids

The Real #10YearChallenge Facing Missing Kids

Missing Children Europe is launching its own #10YearChallenge to bring attention to cases of long-term disappearances, where we are forced to imagine how that missing child may look today.

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Vacancy for a (Junior) Fundraising & Partnership Officer

Vacancy for a (Junior) Fundraising & Partnership Officer

Missing Children Europe is looking to recruit a dynamic and creative (Junior) Fundraising and Partnership Officer to strengthen, support and sustain the fundraising capacity of Missing Children Europe.

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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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