The COVID-19 crisis has and is still affecting economies and disrupting travel and tourism businesses worldwide. The situation is pushing many families further into poverty and making children more vulnerable to sexual exploitation. On World Tourism Day 2020, ECPAT International and the Down to Zero Alliance are urging the travel and tourism industry to maintain or make child protection a key priority as the sector recovers.

The report is available in English and Spanish.

HACE UN LLAMADO PARA REINICIAR LOS VIAJES Y EL TURISMO CON UN ENFOQUE EN LA PROTECCIÓN DE LA NIÑEZ Y ADOLESCENCIA - Down to Zero Alliance & ECPAT International, 2020 DOWNLOAD
A Call for Restarting Travel & Tourism with Child Protection in Focus - Down to Zero Alliance & ECPAT International, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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