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The Code recognises tourism companies for exceptional efforts to protect children

July 21, 2014

BANGKOK, 21 July 2014 — The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism (The Code) today announced...

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Burmese Fisherman

Myanmar’s tourism boom may put children at risk

July 15, 2014

YANGON, 15 July 2014 — Myanmar tourism is booming. The growth in tourism brings prosperity but may also put children at risk. The Code of...

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ECPAT-USA launches The Code in USA

10 years of promoting child protection in US tourism

July 2, 2014

A decade ago, Marilyn Carlson Nelson, then CEO of Carlson, formally signed The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in...

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Joan Keddell

We are pleased to be part of a global initiative to end human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children. The Code provides valuable resources to empower individuals and organizations in combating this horrific crime.

Ms. Joan Keddell, International Tour Management Institute (ITMI)
1,286 Signatories
140,092 Trained Staff *
in 52 Countries

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* Since March 1, 2013

What Is The Code

The Code is an industry-driven initiative with the mission to provide awareness, tools and support to the tourism industry to prevent the sexual exploitation of children.

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Reasons To Join

Join an internationally recognized, multiple award winning initiative that integrates child protection objectives into the concept responsible, sustainable tourism.

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How To Join

Companies can join easily via a short online application; read about the benefits of membership and get started.

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Our Members

We are extremely proud to have the following companies and businesses support our cause as we work together to combat sexual exploitation of children.

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