30th meeting of the World Tourism Network on Child Protection

30th meeting of the World Tourism Network on Child Protection

The UNWTO World Tourism Network on Child Protection aims to prevent all forms of child and youth exploitation in the tourism sector, including sexual exploitation, child labour and child trafficking. The Network's 30th meeting will be led by the new chair, Former Executive Director of UNICEF Carol Bellamy.

Drawing together governments, the tourism industry, international organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and media associations, the Network's meetings serve as a platform for tourism stakeholders to exchange experiences and best practices on the protection of children in tourism.



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Najat Maalla M’jid, Chair, High-Level Global Task Force to End Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism
Paula Hudson, Federal Agent, Australian Federal Police
Petra Tammert Seidefors, Development Manager against Prostitution and Human Trafficking, County Administrative Board of Stockholm
Sarah de Carvalho, CEO, Happy Child International (HCI) Foundation, UK
Dorothea Busche, Manager, DRV German Travel Association Annual Congress and Child Protection / Dorothea Czarnecki, Project Coordinator, ECPAT Germany
Gabriele Guglielmi, Coordinator of International Relations, Italian Federation of Trade, Tourism and Service Sector Workers (FILCAMS CGIL), Italy
Rosa Martha Brown, President and Founder of Infantia Foundation, Mexico

Click here for more information on UNWTO's work on child protection in tourism



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