- Global Code of Ethics for Tourism
- Areas of work
32nd meeting of the UNWTO World Tourism Network on Child Protection
9 March 2017
15:00 - 16:30
CityCube Berlin Congress Centre ITB Berlin (South), Room M1
The UNWTO’s Child Protection Network serves as a platform for tourism stakeholders to exchange good practices and discuss the most pressing challenges in curbing child and youth exploitation in the tourism sector, including sexual exploitation, child labour and trafficking. The Network draws together governments, the tourism industry, international organisations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and media associations.
This year’s meeting at ITB will highlight the most successful initiatives championed by the governments, particularly by national tourism administrations, thus paving the road for tourism destinations to lower the extent of vulnerability of child and youth.
The event will also establish linkages with the Int’l Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017 by illustrating good practices that improve livelihoods of children.
Magdalena Montero, Adviser to the Minister of Tourism of Uruguay and Representative of the Regional Task Force for the Protection of Children in Travel and Tourism of the Americas (GARA) Asia and the Pacific.
Mohamed Basheer, Chief Inspector, Head of Family and Child Protection Department, Maldives Police Service, and Alice Akunga, Country Representative, UNICEF Maldives
Amitava Bhattacharya, Founder and Director, banglanatak.com-Social Enterprise from West Bengal, India.
Joanna Rubinstein, President & CEO, World Childhood Foundation USA and Board Member of the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children.
For more information on the World Tourism Network on Child Protection, click here.