The journalists of the Lost in Europe collective use investigative journalism to find out what happende to the missing children that are on the move in Europe. Their investigation bring issues to light and show where the migrations systems fail. As a collective, Mind the Children makes productions around various international days to raise awareness for the plight of unaccompanied minors. You can find a selection of both on this page.
Productions by Mind the Children
Collection of productions that were developed for the Mind the Children on the move in Europe project.
The role of investigative journalism in ending human trafficking
For EU Anti-Trafficking Day, Mind the Children has published a series of three perspectives on the fight against human trafficking. First: investigative journalism.
The role of the justice system in ending human trafficking
For EU Anti-Trafficking Day, Mind the Children has published a series of three perspectives on the fight against human trafficking. Second: the justice system.
The role of the protected shelter in ending human trafficking
For EU Anti-Trafficking Day, Mind the Children has published a series of three perspectives on the fight against human trafficking. Third: the protected shelter.
Investigations by Lost in Europe
Vietnamese children trafficked into Britain
Investigation highlights failings of Dutch and UK authorities to care properly for unaccompanied minors. At least 60 Vietnamese children have disappeared from Dutch shelters.
Dutch government knew about disappearances
The Dutch government has known for over five years that Vietnamese children go missing from protected shelters. Signs of human smuggling and trafficking have been reported to authorities.
Nigerian asylum seekers disappeared
Last year, almost a thousand Nigerian asylum seekers disappeared without a trace from Dutch reception centers. There are signs of human trafficking and even baby trafficking.
African pregnant asylum seekers go missing
At least 25 heavily pregnant women have disappeared from asylum shelters since November, sparking fears of trafficking and illegal adoption
Discover the journey of the young refugee Khalaf
Lost in Europe has created a storymap that visualises the two-year long journey of Khalaf, a Sudanese boy who fled to the Netherlands at the age of thirteen.
Human trafficking in Belgian nail salons
The real price of cheap manicures. More and more cheap nail salons in Belgium appear to be hidden places for human trafficking, undeclared work and modern slavery.
For more investigations visit the Lost in Europe website.