Tourism Ethics

Tourism Ethics

For a tourism that respects children

Since we share the same idea of holidays and travel, we are sure you will also share Club Med's commitment alongside ECPAT.

In an effort to prevent sex tourism involving children, Club Mediterranée decided to join, together with the French Tourism Ministry and other groups. ECPAT's information and awareness-raising campaign.
We include this among your travel documents because extending this campaign to you, our GM, is a way of supporting this cause.

A child is defined as any human being below the age of eighteen years. Today, child abuse is a crime punishable by law. It is no longer possible to act with impunity outside one's own country.

Before your trip, learn about your destination. You will then be able to identify any places to be avoided. Help the tourism professionals dedicated to combating these crimes. If you witness any sexual exploitation of a child during your travels, talk to your guide, your hotel, your travel agent, your embassy, the police or child protection organisations. Don't hesitate to inform on any local service provider who may be involved in unlawful activities.

Thierry Orsoni - Communications Director.

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For further information, contact:
ECPAT International
328 Phayathai Road,
Rachathewi,
Bangkok,
Thailand 10400
www.ecpat.net
info@ecpat.net

ECPAT USA
157, Montague St., Brooklyn,
New York 11201
www.ecpatusa.org
ecpat@ecpatusa.org
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