The International Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Daniel Cardon de Lichtbuer | Former ICMEC Chairman;
Valentina Matvienko | Chairwoman, Federal Council of the Federal Assembly, Russian Federation
Margarida Barroso | Biophysics, Biochemistry, Cell Biology PhD | Wife of the President of the European Commission
Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak | First Lady of Egypt
Shaikha Sabeeka | Queen of Bahrain
Lalla Meryem | Princess of the Kingdom of Morocco
Bernadette Chirac | Former First Lady of the French Republic
Ernie Allen | ICMEC President and CEO.
Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol | Princess of Thailand
Paola Ruffo di Calabria | The Queen of the Belgians
Silvia Renate Sommerlath | Queen of Sweden
Jolanta Kwasniewska | First Lady of Poland
Marta Sahagún de Fox | First Lady of Mexico
Laura Bush | First Lady of the United States of America
Susanna Agnelli | Foundation IL FARO | Italy
Lyudmila Putin | Wife of the President of the Russian Federation

Daniel Cardon de Lichtbuer | Former ICMEC Chairman

Valentina Matvienko | Chairwoman, Federal Council of the Federal Assembly, Russian Federation

Margarida Barroso | Biophysics, Biochemistry, Cell Biology PhD | Wife of the President of the European Commission

Paola Ruffo di Calabria | The Queen of the Belgians

Suzanne Mubarak | First Lady of Egypt

Shaikha Sabeeka | Queen of Bahrain

Lalla Meryem | Princess of the Kingdom of Morocco

Bernadette Chirac | Former First Lady of the French Republic

Ernie Allen | ICMEC President and CEO

Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol | Princess of Thailand

Silvia Renate Sommerlath | Queen of Sweden

Jolanta Kwasniewska | First Lady of Poland

Marta Sahagún de Fox | First Lady of Mexico

Laura Bush | First Lady of the United States of America

Susanna Agnelli | Foundation IL FARO | Italy

Lyudmila Putin | Wife of the President of the Russian Federation

International Center for Missing and Exploited Children: Honorary Board Members, Past & Present

Daniel Cardon de Lichtbuer | Former ICMEC Chairman; Valentina Matvienko | Chairwoman, Federal Council of the Federal Assembly, Russian Federation Margarida Barroso | Biophysics, Biochemistry, Cell Biology PhD | Wife of the President of the European Commission Mrs. Suzanne Mubarak | First Lady of Egypt Shaikha Sabeeka | Queen of Bahrain Lalla Meryem | Princess of the Kingdom of Morocco Bernadette Chirac | Former First Lady of the French Republic Ernie Allen | ICMEC President and CEO. Bajrakitiyabha Mahidol | Princess of Thailand Paola Ruffo di Calabria | The Queen of the Belgians Silvia Renate Sommerlath | Queen of Sweden Jolanta Kwasniewska | First Lady of Poland Marta Sahagún de Fox | First Lady of Mexico Laura Bush | First Lady of the United […]

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JUN 7, 1999: Richard Branson sponsors European launch of worldwide project against international child abduction

London – Catherine Laylle Meyer and Cherie Booth, Q.C., will be the principal guest speakers today at the European launch of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC), a new initiative to find missing children worldwide and to stamp out cross-border child abduction.  The event, hosted by Richard Branson and the Virgin Healthcare Foundation, will take place at Holland Park, London.

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APR 23, 1999: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Cherie Blair join forces to support the launch of a worldwide project against international child abduction

First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and Cherie Booth, the wife of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, were the principal guest speakers today at the launch of the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), a new British-American initiative to find missing children worldwide and to stamp out cross-border child abduction.

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Clinton Cronies & Qatari Slave Trade

South Asia ‘shares blame’ for Gulf migrant abuses | ASIAN REVIEW | JUN 30, 2016 Amid growing concern about Qatar’s treatment of South Asian migrants building the infrastructure for the 2022 soccer World Cup, activists are warning that labor abuses are widespread throughout the Gulf, and that workers’ home countries share the blame. Concerns have been raised over working conditions with Emir Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Qatar’s authoritarian ruler. Amnesty International, a human rights group, said that almost all of more than 200 laborers it interviewed on two World Cup-related construction sites in Doha were being exploited by their […]

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