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European Resource Center

On the second day of the International Summit on Child Protection in Travel and Tourism, taking place on June 7, in Bogota, Colombia, the panel discussion has continued with following topics:

  • The private sector's role in child protection in travel and tourism;
  • The role of law enforcement agencies in combating travelling child sex offenders (TCSO) and the inter-sectoral cooperation.

In the second part of day, there will be 8 concurrent working sessions, with following topics:

  • Strenghtening awareness and improving the reporting systems for suspected cases of sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism;
  • Sports events and the protection of children from sexual exploitation;
  • Child victims of trafficking in the context of travel and tourism;
  • International voluntourism - risks for children in travel and tourism;
  • The need for standards of child protection across the travel and tourism industry;
  • Partnerships between civil society organisations and the private sector for the protection of children in travel and toursim;
  • Legal frameworks and their implementation;
  • The role of the media in the protection of children in travel and tourism.

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