Join the network of Cross Border Family Mediators

Join the network of Cross Border Family Mediators

The network of Cross-border Family Mediators, a project of Missing Children Europe, is organising a new 50-hour training course to qualify practicing family mediators to mediate cross-border family disputes, including international child abductions, access and custody cases.

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European Parliament calls for crackdown on child sexual abuse and illegal online images

European Parliament calls for crackdown on child sexual abuse and illegal online images

The European Parliament is calling for further efforts to investigate online child sexual abuse, prosecute offenders, protect child victims and remove illegal online content in a resolution voted on, on Wednesday,11th March, 2015.
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Strategic Assessment on 'Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Online' released by the European Financial Coalition

Strategic Assessment on 'Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Online' released by the European Financial Coalition

The EC3 have produced a strategic assessment that analyses the threats and trends of online child sexual exploitation, in order to recommend solutions and enable law enforcement and the private sector to jointly prevent and combat these crimes.

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Growing concern over funding cuts to 116 000 missing children hotlines

Growing concern over funding cuts to 116 000 missing children hotlines

Last year 116 000 hotlines across Europe received 250,012 calls, with the amount of calls having increased 179% since operation in 2012.  Over 5,065 missing children cases were handled by these hotlines collectively.
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In support of #SaferInternetDay2015, join us in making the internet a safer place for children

In support of #SaferInternetDay2015, join us in making the internet a safer place for children

Safer Internet Day started in 2004 as part of the EU's Safer Internet Programme and is now a worldwide celebration to build a better internet for all, but particularly children and young people.
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Conference: Avoiding enforcement struggles: How mediation can help implement decisions in cross-border family disputes concerning children

Conference: Avoiding enforcement struggles: How mediation can help implement decisions in cross-border family disputes concerning children

The conference will highlight the legal and psychological difficulties faced by families and professionals during the enforcement phase of decisions and show how mediation can help within the narrow and well-defined boundaries of this phase.
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The European Parliament creates new Intergroup on children's rights

The European Parliament creates new Intergroup on children's rights

In a major step to mainstream children's rights more effectively across European Union's policies and legislation, the setting up of an Intergroup on children's rights was approved for the current parliamentary term (2014-2019) on the 11th of December, 2014.

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Maud de Boer-Buquicchio gives speech to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Maud de Boer-Buquicchio gives speech to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

Maud de Boer-Buquicchio, President of Missing Children Europe and UN Special Rapporteur, addresses the General Assembly in New York on the 25th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.

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Up to 50% of unaccompanied migrant children go missing within 48 hours of being placed in certain reception centres in Europe

Up to 50% of unaccompanied migrant children go missing within 48 hours of being placed in certain reception centres in Europe

Up to half of the number of unaccompanied migrant children who are placed in reception centres in some countries in Europe vanish yearly, many in the first 48 hours of being placed in these centres.

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Hiring: Project Officer for 116 000 missing children hotline project

Hiring: Project Officer for 116 000 missing children hotline project

Missing Children Europe is looking to recruit a versatile and dynamic project officer to coordinate activities in the field of missing children, including in particular EU-funded projects related to the 116 000 hotlines for missing children. The deadline is 5th December.

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Losing myself: An artistic interpretation of unaccompanied migrant children who went

Losing myself: An artistic interpretation of unaccompanied migrant children who went "missing"

Missing Children Europe with photographer Natalie HillInBetween gallery and the Minor-Ndako reception centre will showcase the real stories of unaccompanied migrant children who go “missing” at the InBetween gallery on 3rd Dec.

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Missing Children Europe conference: Towards a coordinated strategic approach on missing unaccompanied migrant children

Missing Children Europe conference: Towards a coordinated strategic approach on missing unaccompanied migrant children

The conference organised by Missing Children Europe to take place on 4th Dec, 2014 at the Renaissance Hotel Brussels, in Brussels. An art exhibition on missing unaccompanied migrant minors will be held on 3rd Dec.

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