Explore this photo album by International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children on Flickr!
We’re honored to have participated in the unveiling of ICMEC board member and renowned artist @jeffkoons’ stunning, 45-foot-tall Seated Ballerina public art installation today at #RockefellerCenter, in collaboration with @Kiehls and @artproductionny. The work aims to bring awareness to National Missing Children’s Month this May.
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The Global Missing Children’s Network (GMCN) is a collaborative venture bringing together 25 member countries on 5 continents to help recover missing and abducted children.
We provide resources for those on the front-lines of protecting children around the world, with a focus on giving law enforcement, educators, medical professionals, and other child-serving specialists the tools needed to combat child sexual abuse, identify exploitation and find missing children.
ICMEC Singapore held the 4th APAC-FCACP country-specific roundtable in Bangkok, Thailand on Thursday September 15, 2016. Allen & Overy, one of ICMEC’s key global partners hosted the event at their office. In addition to Allen and Overy, the Thai Royal Police, the Department of Special Investigations under the Thai Ministry of Justice and the Thai Bankers Associations were key partners in the effort.
Screening of the Academy Award nominated film, LION, and Q & A session with ICMEC President & CEO, Ambassador Maura Harty, Oscar nominated screenwriter, Luke Davies, and artist and ICMEC board member, Jeff Koons. The film sparked a great discussion about the importance of awareness and how building a global community is key to reuniting missing children with their families.