A cycle of training to prevent the sexual exploitation of minors in tourism begins in Chile
These virtual instances organized by Sernatur seek to make tourism providers in the country aware of the importance of preventing this crime and motivate them to adhere to the code of conduct
ESCNNA-VT is the acronym used in the world to refer to the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in the context of travel and tourism, an area in which tourism service providers play a relevant role in its prevention.
It is in this framework that Sernatur, through its Tourist Awareness program, has worked on an annual training calendar to provide knowledge to tourism entrepreneurs regarding this issue and invite them to adhere to the Code of Conduct for the prevention of ESCNNA-VT.
This Code of Conduct is a tool that seeks to combat sexual exploitation in tourism and providers can express their adherence to it, thereby committing to protect children and adolescents in the country.
For more information on how to adhere to the Code of Conduct, visit the following link on the Sernatur website https://www.sernatur.cl/escnna/