How do we best achieve progress on Child Protection?

How do we best achieve progress on Child Protection?

5 Nov 2018, 14:15 - 15:15

UKI & International Inspiration Zone - TA190
Language:
English

Since 2011 child protection has featured in the Responsible Tourism programme at WTM, London. After seven years it is time to take stock and reflect on how much progress has been made around the world in addressing the risks to children associated with travel and tourism: the issues of child labour, orphanages, begging, trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children. Three experts discuss what we have learnt about the best ways of making progress on child protection.

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Contributors

  • Harold Goodwin

    Moderator

    WTM Responsible Tourism Advisor

    Harold is WTM’s Responsible Tourism Advisor, he puts together the flagship Responsible Tourism programme at WTM London which attracts 2000...

  • Alex Christopoulos

    Speaker

    Deputy Chief Executive

    Lumos

    Alex leads Lumos' programmatic, research, advocacy and training and technical support functions. Prior to joining Lumos, he was responsible for...

  • Jamie Sweeting

    Speaker

    President

    Planeterra Foundation

    Jamie Sweeting is the President of Planeterra Foundation and Vice President for Social Enterprise & Sustainability for G Adventures, where he leads...

  • Dr Krish Kandiah

    Speaker

    Founding Director

    Home for Good

    Dr Krish Kandiah is the founding director of Home for Good a Christian charity finding loving homes for children in the care system.  He is a member...

  • Valerie Sfeir

    Speaker

    Consultant

    Friends-International

    After three years leading the international implementation of the award-winning ChildSafe Movement based in Friends-International (FI) headquarters...

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