What is ChildRescue about?
ChildRescue is an EU funded project that aspires to effectively reduce the primary period between the moment a child is reported missing and the one when it is found, and to help predict and prevent the disappearance of Children in Migration, by increasing accuracy and timeliness of publicly and privately available information, by performing evidence-based predictions on the whereabouts of children in distress, and by providing location-based audience targeting of mobile alerts.
ChildRescue will be instrumental in leveraging collective creativity, resourcefulness and action for a meaningful cause: to expedite more rapid and effective prevention and resolution of missing children cases, reducing the risks for the children and reuniting them with their families.
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Blog & Events
Virtual Event “ChildRescue App: Cutting-edge technology for children’s protection” – Press Release
INVITATION to the online conversation-presentation “ChildRescue App: Cutting-edge technology for children’s protection” On Monday, November 30, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. […]
Implementing ChildRescue app notification geofencing mechanism: Reviewing Android and iOS approaches
ChildRescue puts citizens at the center of the search and rescue process. The mobile app enables the public to act […]
ChildRescue White Paper – Press Release
Missing unaccompanied migrant minors in the EU and the need for a homogenous legal framework What the ChildRescue research reveals […]
Missing unaccompanied migrant minors – lack of data and heterogeneous practices cause deep concerns
Over 30.000 unaccompanied migrant minors were officially registered in the EU in 2017 alone, with many more migrating irregularly and […]
Key factors for improving missing children investigations through novel technologies
Each year over 250.000 cases of missing children are reported in Europe. Key factors for the investigation of missing children […]
People on the move: Fleeing home and facing lockdown Migrants and refugee children in the age of Covid-19
By Leda-Panagiota Alepi, MADE In the face of crisis, we are all vulnerable. We all experience fear and anxiety; we […]