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Missing Children Europe: What children think

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Published on May 24, 2016

Children go missing everywhere in Europe. Children running away from or pushed out of home represented the majority of missing children cases in 2015. While children abducted by a parent make up up the second largest group of missing children. Another worrying group of vulnerable children include unaccompanied migrant children who go missing. Europol has confirmed reports of at least 10 000 missing accompanied migrant children.

On the 15th anniversary of Missing Children Europe, we wanted to hear what children had to say about the role of adults in protecting and empowering them in situations related to their happiness and well being.

Share this video and spread hope to children and families affected by child disappearances.

Read our Missing children figures and trends 2015 Report here: http://bit.ly/1TAQQWj

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