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Costa Rica – Guidelines for tourism companies about how to react in case of witnessing suspicious situations of commercial sexual exploitation of children – Paniamor & the Costa Rican Tourism Foundation Institute

in 2018
Tourism businesses should have a policy of zero tolerance towards any form of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) and are committed to ensuring compliance with the rights of minors. This policy forces the companies to refuse, prevent it from happening and report to the competent authorities any suspicious situation of CSEC.
This guide is a protocol aimed at tourism businesses in the detection and reporting to the competent authorities of any suspicious situation of CSEC.
It is hoped that this guide serves as a resource for training 100% of the staff of tourism businesses.
These guidelines are currently only available in Spanish.
Find out more here.

Available in: Spanish


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