CWT, the business-to-business-for-employees (B2B4E) journey administration platform, has signed The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism (The Code). The Code is a partnership initiative between the journey and tourism sector and ECPAT, a worldwide non-profit group working to guard children from trafficking, sexual exploitation, and on-line abuse.
By changing into a member of The Code, journey and tourism corporations acquire entry to instruments and sources to make use of in their every day operations. CWT is an lively supporter in the struggle in opposition to human trafficking, devoted to The Code’s efforts to boost consciousness externally, interact workers internally, develop more practical insurance policies, analysis, and construct instruments in opposition to human trafficking and youngster sexual exploitation.
“Every child in the world has the right to grow up free from the fear of exploitation and have a decent and safe life. It is paramount that we all stay vigilant, and hopefully businesses like ours can help make that a reality”, says Lauren Aste, Executive Vice President & Chief Legal Officer. “Signing The Code from ECPAT marks CWT’s continuous commitment and leadership to keeping children safe anywhere around the world.”
By signing The Code, CWT has dedicated to uphold the six standards of The Code, together with establishing insurance policies and procedures, coaching workers, implementing contractual clauses, offering data to vacationers and interesting with stakeholders on prevention and yearly reporting on all associated actions.