How are civil society organisations and law enforcement working to prioritise child protection in the reactivation of the travel and tourism industry?
Bogota DC, Colombia—On 1 July, ECPAT International’s Executive Director, Guillaume Landry, and Regional Coordinator for the Americas, Fabio Gonzalez Florez, attended the Second International Congress on Tourism Safety and Cultural Heritage.
Hosted by the National Police of Colombia, the event brought government and law enforcement officials together with professionals serving in the travel and tourism industry. The event covered topics from law enforcement approaches to the protection of patrimony and tourism destinations.
ECPAT International hosted a discussion on child protection in the context of travel and tourism, sharing insights on: