Mention the unmentioned:  Invisible, 10,000 child refugees have already disappeared in Europe

Mention the unmentioned: Invisible, 10,000 child refugees have already disappeared in Europe

Missing Children Europe launches a viral campaign Mention the Unmentioned calling for action from ministers across Europe.

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Children cannot wait: 7 priority actions to protect all refugee and migrant children

Children cannot wait: 7 priority actions to protect all refugee and migrant children

Ahead of the 10th European Forum on the Rights of the Child, which focuses this year on protecting children in migration, 78 organisations, including Missing Children Europe, signed a statement calling for better protection for all children in Europe.
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We want to hear from you: Calling professionals to blog about children in migration

We want to hear from you: Calling professionals to blog about children in migration

We invite you to contribute to our blog on the situation, challenges, stories and support of children who come to Europe in the context of migration. This blog is part of the “Lost in migration conference organised in Malta on the 26-27 Jan 2017
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Delphine Moralis wins Child 10 award for the theme of children on the run

Delphine Moralis wins Child 10 award for the theme of children on the run

For its third edition, the Child 10 Award & Summit, recognizes remarkable leaders of grassroots organizations working with innovative solutions to protect children on the run and their rights. 
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Lost in migration: Working together in protecting children from disappearance

Lost in migration: Working together in protecting children from disappearance

Missing Children Europe will join hands with the President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society to take stock of the situation and develop forward looking proposals for the protection of children in migration. Call for proposals of sessions now open!
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Missing Children Europe welcomes child's best interest considerations in revision of Brussels II bis

Missing Children Europe welcomes child's best interest considerations in revision of Brussels II bis

Since 2005, the Brussels IIa Regulation has been one of the most important judicial instruments used in cases of international child abduction. Ten years after the Regulation entered into application, the European Commission is presenting a set of amendments to this Regulation.
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Missing Children Europe will complete your European Championship sticker collection to help find missing children

Missing Children Europe will complete your European Championship sticker collection to help find missing children

Order your missing Panini stickers from www.missingstickers.eu and you will also helpMissing Children Europe find missing ‘Bambini’. 
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REMUMBER: The app that helps children find their parents

REMUMBER: The app that helps children find their parents

Missing Children Europe has launched a child-friendly app to help kids memorise their parents’ phone number by changing the unlocking code of their smartphone or tablet to their parents’ phone number. Remumber: www.remumber.com
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#WorldRefugeeday: An important opportunity to protect  unaccompanied children at risk of going missing

#WorldRefugeeday: An important opportunity to protect unaccompanied children at risk of going missing

Missing Children Europe calls for institutions and Member States to build on what we have learned from the evidence collected over the last months and years. The current system is failing to protect and empower unaccompanied children, exposes children to danger and strengthens criminal organisations.
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Stronger international cooperation is needed to protect thousands of refugee and migrant children

Stronger international cooperation is needed to protect thousands of refugee and migrant children

Representatives of Missing Children Europe and Child Helpline International had the opportunity to visit refugee camps in Greece as well as learn about the actions of their Greek member “The Smile of the Child”.
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Budget cuts for missing children hotlines result in lack of support for families in a moment of crisis

Budget cuts for missing children hotlines result in lack of support for families in a moment of crisis

In 2015, the European network of missing children hotlines responded to 209 841 calls related to missing children. However funding from the EU to national hotlines was discontinued in 2015 leading to a drop in the budget (52%) and in human resources (31%) handling missing children cases.
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International Missing Children’s day 2016: Sounding the alarm for an invisible group of missing children

International Missing Children’s day 2016: Sounding the alarm for an invisible group of missing children

Several awareness raising efforts will be launched this week to help change attitudes and increase support towards all groups of missing children. An event is being organised at the European Parliament with a focus on urgent measures needed for unaccompanied children. In particular EU leaders will be encouraged to discuss the Dublin review
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