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01/06/2015
In Austria, four of the five 116 numbers are currently operational Read more
07/05/2015
This report gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the 116 numbers in the Member States. Read more
14/04/2015
In Croatia, three of the five 116 numbers are currently operational Read more
14/04/2015
In Belgium, one of the five 116 numbers is currently operational Read more
01/11/2014
The document in attachment gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the 116 numbers in the Member States. Read more
27/05/2014
This document gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the numbers 116 000 (hotline for missing children), 116006 (helplines for victims of crime), 116111 (child helplines), 116117 (non-emergency medical on-call services) and 116123 (emotional support helplines) in all Member States, as of 1 May 2014. Read more
From 19/11/2013 to 19/11/2013
This document gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the numbers 116 000 (hotline for missing children), 116006 (helplines for victims of crime), 116111 (child helplines), 116117 (non-emergency medical on-call services) and 116123 (emotional support helplines) in all Member States, as of 1 November 2013. Read more
24/05/2013
Statement ahead of International Missing Children’s Day on 25 May Read more
06/05/2013
This document gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the numbers 116 000 (hotline for missing children), 116006 (helplines for victims of crime), 116111 (child helplines), 116117 (non-emergency medical on-call services) and 116123 (emotional support helplines) in all Member States, as of 1 May 2013. Read more
01/11/2012
This document gives an updated overview of the current state of play on the implementation of the numbers 116 000 (hotline for missing children), 116006 (helplines for victims of crime), 116111 (child helplines), 116117 (non-emergency medical on-call services) and 116123 (emotional support helplines) in all Member States, as of 1 November 2012. Read more

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