On 25th of May, the International Missing Children's Day was celebrated across Europe. It provided an opportunity to commemorate missing children, express support to parents and victims and raise awareness about the issue. Inspired by the action carried out in Canada, the forget-me-not has been adopted as a symbol for Missing Children's Day in Europe.
According to the independent observers under the Czech law victims are far less protected from hurtful publicity than criminals. In support of these words they show a case of eight-year-old Ondra, who – abused by his mother – was refused the right to privacy, being repeatedly shown in undignified circumstances in TV.