Missing Person’s Day Ceremony Videos

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Lensmen are honoured to be a part of this amazing project for National Missing Persons Day.

We are happy to have a well-established relationship with the Department of Justice and we were glad to work on this touching project with them. In the past, we have created beautiful and interactive virtual tours of the Department building and live-streamed talks and events for the Department.

Our video team filmed and edited touching videos and interviews of family members of missing people.

On 4 December 2013, Ireland held its inaugural national Missing Persons Day with a commemorative ceremony which took place at Farmleigh House, Dublin. The inaugural ceremony was attended by the families and friends of missing persons, as well as many of the organisations working in the community on their behalf. The ceremony incorporated musical and personal tributes and reflections, followed by a tree planting ceremony in the grounds of Farmleigh House.

The event was also attended by the second level students of Davis College, Mallow, Co. Cork, who organised a campaign to raise awareness of missing persons’ issues and to call for a national Missing Persons Day.

National Missing Persons Day has since been developed into an annual campaign in partnership with a number of organisations and this year’s online ceremony will mark the ninth annual commemorative day.

National Missing Persons Day is an all-Ireland day of commemoration, providing an opportunity for family members and friends of missing persons to remember their loved ones and to appeal to the public for any information that might be of assistance to An Garda Síochána.

( source – gov.ie )

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