Equipping tourism professionals to become part of the child protection system

Equipping tourism professionals to become part of the child protection system

In an ongoing programme ECPAT Sri Lanka, led by ECPAT International is engaged in activities concerning regulating the issue of voluntourism, the project aims to generate sectoral momentum by equipping tourism professionals to become part of the child protection system. In order to achieve this goal, ECPAT International conducts extensive research and reviews existing practices through desk research and literature reviews.

Protecting Children in Voluntourism

Protecting Children in Voluntourism

ECPAT International has partnered with ECPAT Sri Lanka on a short-term project to develop policies and procedures to regulate voluntourism in Sri Lanka thereby contributing to the development of its international advocacy.

Aggregation and verification of reported cases of violence against children in the media

Aggregation and verification of reported cases of violence against children in the media

ECPAT Sri Lanka has been actively monitoring and collecting reports of violence against children in the media since 2013. Each reported case undergoes a thorough verification process to ensure its authenticity and gather comprehensive details for further action.

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