World Vision International

Child Safe Tourism

The tourism industry impacts children’s lives. Due to economic pull factors of the tourism sector, there is a correlation between child sexual exploitation and tourism.


World Vision takes a ‘child safe tourism’ approach in working with governments, communities and the tourism sector to prevent children becoming victims of sexual abuse in travel and tourism.

Through the use of education, training and public campaigning, these audiences are more aware of the vulnerabilities of at-risk children and are better equipped to build a more protective tourism environment. 


For information and resources on child safe tourism and how to help keep children safe from sexual abuse, please download the research reports and training curriculums.

 

Toolkit for Children and Young People: Keeping safe from abuse

English | Khmer | Lao | Thai | Vietnamese

 


Toolkit for Parents and Carers: Keeping our children safe from sexual abuse

English | Khmer | Lao | Thai | Vietnamese

 

Toolkit for Community Representatives: Keeping our children safe from sexual abuse  

English | Khmer | Lao | Thai | Vietnamese

 

Toolkit for Tourism Sector: Keeping children safe from abuse in tourism  

English | Khmer | Lao | Thai | Vietnamese

 

The Child Safe Traveller  

English | KhmerLao | Thai | Vietnamese

 

Child Safe Tourism: The Tourist Perspective

English | Khmer | Lao | Thai | Vietnamese

 

Sex, Abuse and Childhood

English | Khmer

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