Our imapct

Supporting frontline professionals

345 people benefited from training across
  • 3 workshops and trainings
  • 7 expert webinars
  • 4 cross-border family mediator trainings
  • 1 legal training for professionals
68 professionals from 14 countries

have been empowered to improve cross-border cooperation for missing children in migration under the INTERACT project.

160 stakeholders were brought together from 36 countries

for the Third edition of Lost in Migration conference.

Stakeholders include law enforcement, hotline operators, migration authorities, guardianship institutions, child protection NGOs, and authorities.

Raising awareness andchallenging narratives

Success on social networks
  • Facebook likes up by 785
  • Twitter followers up by 422
  • LinkedIn followers up by 365
Over 800k people

were reached through the Tiny and Apollo campaign launched in November 2019.

Link to the campaign

A total of 116 press articles

Advocating for child-centered policy

Successfully advocated with other child rights NGO’s for
re-establishment of European Parliament Child Rights Intergroup
after the elections.
Secured a reminder of
Member States’ responsibilities towards 116 000 hotlines
in Parliament resolution for 30th Anniversary of the UNCRC.
Presented our
EU memorandum
to the new European Parliament.
Advocated for the
implementation of mediation framework
required by
Brussels IIter
regulation on matters of divorce and parental responsibility at national level.

Using scientific data to define priorities

23 hotlines

including three
governmental agencies
.

Over 55k calls

have been answered by 116 000 hotline operators.

Surveyed
34 cross-border mediators
about parental abduction.
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