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Follow-up Workshops on Child Protection
June 07, 2010 to June 09, 2010

Click here to download the details of this event 'Follow-up Workshops on Child Protection-07 June 10.pdf', 35Kb. The same can be read below too.

Follow-up Workshops on Child Protection

7 June 2010 and 9 June 2010

Over two million children are the victims of sexual exploitation around the world every year. It is a crime that is also facilitated by today’s tourist travel and infrastructure. It is our shared responsibility to protect children and adolescents from sexual exploitation in tourism. Towards this is the 'Follow-up Workshop on Child Protection - 2nd Workshop on Child Protection: Organised by Kuoni Travel Holding Ltd and supported by EQUATIONS, the local affiliate of ECPAT International in India.' They are held on 7 June 2010 at Cochin and 9 June 2010 at Goa.

‘The protection of children in tourism a shared responsibility’

Over two million children are the victims of sexual exploitation around the world every year. It’s a crime that is also facilitated by today’s tourist travel and infrastructure. It is our shared responsibility to protect children and adolescents from sexual exploitation in tourism.

The expected outcomes of the follow-up workshop in Cochin are as follows:
  • Participating management of our hotel partners will feel prepared to implement comprehensive measures for child protection within their operations.
  • Our hotel partners are encouraged to sign the child protection code within a year.
The workshop is supported by EQUATIONS, the local affiliate of ECPAT international in India.

Agenda
Time Issue Presenter /Facilitator
10:00 Welcome & context setting
Kuoni’s corporate responsibility
The importance of the issue
Sabine Ehrler, Kuoni Group
10:20 The issue - exploitation of children
The data, trends, impact in India and true stories
Micro lab
S. Vidya, Equations
Raja Chidambaram, Moderater
11:15 Coffee break  
11:30 The tourisms industry’s contribution to child protection
Kuoni’s commitment to the Code
The six criteria of the code and best practices
Guest speaker: The role of the tourism industry
Sabine Ehrler
S. Vidya
Raja Chidambaram
Guest Speaker
12:45 Lunch  
13:45 Preparing to act
Implementation of concrete measures – challenges, limits
and opportunities
Raja Chidambaram
S. Vidya
15:30 Next steps at your company Raja Chidambaram
16:00 Final remarks and evaluation S. Vidya
Sabine Ehrler
16:30 End of Workshop  


Thank you for your participation and your commitment to the protection of children!


Contact:
Kuoni Travel Holding Ltd.
Corporate Responsibility
cr@kuoni.com
www.kuoni-group.com/corporate+responsibility