Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism

Help End Forced Sex and Labor Trade

In the world of meetings and events, planners typically judge the success of a program by its high attendance numbers and effective content delivery, while vendors look to revenue numbers and the successful execution of products or services. There is, however, another number that is often associated with large conferences and conventions that both planners and vendors can work toward decreasing: the number of children exploited through sex trafficking.

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