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Resources

The Roundtable for Human Rights in Tourism
Human Rights Impact Assessment for Thailand & Myanmar

Year: 2020

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ECPAT International
Regional Overview: Sexual Exploitation of Children in Southeast Asia

Year: 2018

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National Child Protection Systems in the East Asia & Pacific Region

Year: 2014

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ECPAT International
Regional Overview: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in East and South-East Asia

Year: 2014

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News from Myanmar

Indicators

Age of Consent

Not Yet Assessed

Extraterritoriality & Extradition

Yes

Extraterritoriality is provided for SEC related offences. Double criminality is not required.

Extradition applies to SEC related offences and double criminality is not a requirement.

SECTT Legal Checklist Myanmar, 2020

CSAM Definition

Not Yet Assessed

Background Check Required

No

There are no mandatory legal provisions for criminal background checks nor legislation prohibiting convicted sex offenders to hold positions involving or facilitating contact with children.

SECTT Legal Checklist Myanmar, 2020

National Commitments

Partial

Myanmar has ratified the CRC, the OPSC, the Trafficking Protocol and the ILO Convention No. 182.

Myanmar has not ratified OPIC, the UNWTO Framework Convention on Tourism Ethics nor the Council of Europe’s Lanzarote and Budapest Conventions.

SECTT Legal Checklist ASEAN, 2020

Child Advocacy Centers

Not Yet Assessed

SEC Police Unit

Not Yet Assessed

Protection Standards Travel and Tourism

No

There are no child protection standards for the travel and tourism industry in place.

SECTT Legal Checklist ASEAN, 2020

Public SEC Case Data

Not Yet Assessed

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