Project: RADAR - Running Away: Drivers, Awareness, Responses
The aim of the RADAR project is to raise awareness within society, in particular among social actors, of the phenomenon of runaways from home or host institution. In particular, by promoting a shift in approach towards runaways, which is understood not as a behavioural problem, but as a consequence of adverse experiences faced in childhood.
It also aims to collect data from child support lines and to identify best practices in the prevention and protection of children with runaway episodes.
Adolescents and young people who have run away from home or institution; professionals who work with children at risk
Scope (National or International)
Identification of External Partnerships
Communication between intervening services and overlapping areas
Cooperation, SOS-Child, Street Project (CDIJ)
April 2020 and lasts 2 years.
In November, it's time to understand why Young People run away