Runaway Prevention Month:

Runaway Prevention Month: "Listen" young runaways say as they campaign this November to shed light on the issues they deal with

Running away is often seen as “problem behaviour”, but if you would “listen to us, you would know that running away, is a way for us to deal with problems that need addressing”, runaways say. 

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Mediation Week 2020: children want their parents to find solutions after separation

Mediation Week 2020: children want their parents to find solutions after separation

Today marks the beginning of International Mediation Week where Missing Children Europe and members will highlight the request of children across Europe to their parents to work towards agreements when they separate, through the #HearMeOut campaign.

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CHILD RIGHTS NGOs URGE MEPs to ADOPT INTERIM  LEGISLATION TO COMBAT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE ONLINE

CHILD RIGHTS NGOs URGE MEPs to ADOPT INTERIM LEGISLATION TO COMBAT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE ONLINE

We urge all Members of the European Parliament to support the proposal, so that a long-term solution can be developed, while ending the trauma now and protecting children from grooming and child victims of sexual abuse from revictimization through the endless reproduction and distribution of material documenting their abuse.

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Join the #NotFoundPledge campaign this NotFound Day

Join the #NotFoundPledge campaign this NotFound Day

To mark the third NotFound day, Missing Children Europe and members, launches the revamped NotFound.org website and challenges you to take part in the #NotFoundPledge which aims to encourage schools, organisations, as well as the general public to spread the word about the ingenious application. 

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The INTERACT Handbook is now available in 5 languages

The INTERACT Handbook is now available in 5 languages

Today Missing Children Europe launches several translations of the “Practical guidance on preventing and responding to trafficking and disappearances of children in migration” (Interact Handbook). This Handbook, originally published in English in December 2019, is now available in Dutch, French, Greek and Italian.

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Brutal Lottery Song Release: Raising funds for Missing Children Europe's annual Lost in Migration event 2020

Brutal Lottery Song Release: Raising funds for Missing Children Europe's annual Lost in Migration event 2020

We’re pleased to announce the release of the song Brutal Lottery, by Wyvern Lingo. The song is available to download on Bandcamp and all the proceeds will go to funding Missing Children Europe’s annual Lost and Migration event for 2020, which will be organised by young migrants themselves. Congratulations Wyvern Lingo - and thank you for donating.

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ChildRescue app available for download!

ChildRescue app available for download!

Become a Social Sensor and help find missing children near you - download the ChildRescue app in stores now! Missing Children Europe is pleased to announce the launch of the ChildRescue app, an innovative application in Belgium and Greece calling for the public to download the app on their smartphones and to contribute to finding missing children in Europe.

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RADAR project: child participation to better protect children who run away

RADAR project: child participation to better protect children who run away

Missing Children Europe (MCE) wants every child to be respected and believes that children should provide their valuable contribution on all issues that directly concern them. 

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Children continue to go missing despite lockdowns. Fund 116 000 hotlines to support children and their families

Children continue to go missing despite lockdowns. Fund 116 000 hotlines to support children and their families

This International Missing Children's day, we launch our two annual reports, Figures and Trends and Annual Review 2019, and encourage EU Institutions, Member States, foundations, and individuals to support hotline services during these challenging times of the pandemic.
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Abena, and 30 000 other children went missing in Europe - training and better cross-border cooperation could have prevented it.

Abena, and 30 000 other children went missing in Europe - training and better cross-border cooperation could have prevented it.

Missing Children Europe and its partners want to radically improve the ways that professionals cooperate across borders in their response to missing and trafficked children in migration. 
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Tiny and Apollo want you to stand up for children on the move today

Tiny and Apollo want you to stand up for children on the move today

To create a more welcoming society for all children, we must look at the way each of us talks about migration and the children affected by it. 
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Mediation week, 14-20 October 2019

Mediation week, 14-20 October 2019

With this global week, we aim to promote the importance of family mediation in parental abduction cases, which provides a successful solution in child abduction cases. Unfortunately, mediation still remains a solution that is not sufficiently used in Europe.
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