Thanks to the INTERACT project, Missing Children Europe and its partners were able to identify existing gaps and practices of frontline agencies, as well as other actors, when working on cases of missing children at risk of (re)trafficking. The partnership addressed these challenges by exploring and analysing existing good practices.
As a result, the 6 participating countries (Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Sweden and the UK), created an informal network of professionals, which allows for more awareness of the different working methods, procedures and ensues that everyone is well equipped to work better together, particularly relating to cross border cases.
We developed new tools to improve the protection of children in migration at risk of trafficking
and exploitation across borders, and the daily work of the professionals concerned