Be a Responsible Traveler

 
 
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Choose responsible travel companies

Use your purchasing power while traveling and make a difference. Many hotel chains, management companies, and properties are members of ECPAT’s Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct. The Code requires members to train their employees on how to identify and report cases of trafficking. Read more about The Code, or download a full list of members. If your hotel has not signed The Code, use this letter to ask them to join.


Know the signs and report trafficking

Save our ECPAT-USA Child Trafficking Travel Indicators card on your phone or computer for easy reference when traveling. If you see something suspicious, make a report to hotel/airport management or call the National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1 (888) 373-7888. 

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Travel with ecpat-usa

Join an ECPAT-USA Advocacy Journey to Colombia or Thailand and learn about the issue of trafficking firsthand.  and how the travel industry is combating it. Visit our Advocacy Journey page or contact kelly@ecpatusa.org for more information.