Missing Children Europe is a federation of 31 members in 26 countries in Europe working against the issue of child disappearances.

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“During our years of contact with Missing Children Europe, we have seen that the team constantly pursues improvement and growth. At the 2018 General Assembly, for example, they included workshops that were incredibly useful for members. As members, we always feel encouraged to participate in Missing Children Europe's efforts and are especially happy to learn from the monthly webinars, which we find very helpful.”


Fundacion ANAR, Spanish member of Missing Children Europe

“Missing Children Europe has been an added value in providing a platform to organise events that allow members to exchange examples of good practice and connect with each other, which would otherwise be hard to do. They furtehr provide useful guidelines for projects and materials and ensure the exchange of resources to support its member organisations and therefore the support we provide locally and nationally.”


Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, Croatian member of Missing Children Europe

“The support of Missing Children Europe has been crucial to the efforts of 'The Smile of the Child' to prevent migrant children from going missing in Greece. As an organisation working on the front line, we felt that our experiences, practices and data could be heard and channeled at the European level through the work of Missing Children Europe and that its concrete recommendations and proposals to EU and national leaders reflected the actual needs of migrant children in need of better protection and quality care.


The Smile of the Child, Greek member of Missing Children Europe

“Missing Children Europe gives us support, insight and information on the developments of the 116 000 hotline. They also organise conferences, webinars and meetings to receive new knowledge and exchange best practices. The cooperation with Missing Children Europe is essential and needed.”


The International Child Abduction Centre, Dutch member of Missing Children Europe