Ludivine Reding

Youth Ambassador of Our Prevention Programs

During the press conference that we held to launch our new prevention program SHINE, we also proudly introduced our dynamic Youth Ambassador, Ludivine Reding, a young and talented actress who is currently starring in the lead role of the hit television series Fugueuse.

“My goal is to sensitize youth about the reality of running away and prevent them from falling victim to acts of aggression or exploitation.” announced Ludivine. Her role in the television series Fugueuse has made her understand the dangers of running away, and especially the ease and speed used by predators to exploit young boys and girls.

Ludivine Reding is convinced that as Youth Ambassador of our prevention programs she can help young people, such as Fanny, the role she plays in the hit series. “It’s not just a role, it’s something that can make a difference and have an impact on today’s youth.” she said.
“We tend to blame families, we blame the victims. We must stop doing so. You have to blame the manipulators, the predators, the customers. […] the exploitation of young girl persists because of them.”

Ludivine chose to partner with The Missing Children’s Network in order to take action and become a part of this important prevention operation across the province of Quebec.

We are very happy to welcome Ludivine and look forward to all the possibilities that our newly formed partnership will bring!

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One year ago today, we launched SHINE, a program tailored for preteens whose aim is to prevent them from running away and falling victim to sexual exploitation!

The creation and implementation of SHINE was made possible thanks to a substantial grant by an anonymous donor, as well as a generous contribution by the Air Canada Foundation. This initiative has allowed us to visit more than 150 schools and increase the personal safety of over 15,000 youths!

If you would like for your child’s school to participate in this unique and educational program, available in both English and French, to schools all across Quebec, please contact Cynthia Patenaude at 514 843-4333 or c.patenaude@reseauenfantsretour.ong
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On Valentine’s Day back in 2007, Philippe Lajoie (23 years-old) vanished without a trace from the family farm located in Saint-Didace (Lanaudière).

Sadly, twelve years later, his family longs to know what happened to their son.

With your help, we can give the family the gift of closure. Thank you for sharing Philippe’s poster.
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