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Mario project featured as good practice in latest study launched by Missing Children Europe

Date 11/March/2016
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Mario project featured as good practice in latest study launched by Missing Children Europe

A new study has been launched by Missing Children Europe within the framework of the “Safeguarding Unaccompanied Migrant Minors from going Missing by Identifying Best Practices and Training Actors on Interagency Cooperation” (SUMMIT) project, co-funded by the European Union. Focusing primarily on the phenomenon of the disappearance of unaccompanied children, the study looks at practices in seven EU countries (Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom) and also builds on the results of recent EU co-funded projects, research and available good practices related to unaccompanied children.

The Missing Children Europe study refers to the Terre des hommes-led Mario project as available good practice in relation to unaccompanied children in Europe and also refers to data on the disappearance of children from reception centers  from the “Disappearing, departing, running away: a survey of children in Europe” report which had been developed by Terre des Hommes in 2010.

 

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