The Code recognises tourism companies for exceptional efforts to protect children

Eight tourism companies from around the world have been newly recognised as Top Members of The Code for their exceptional work to integrate child protection practices into their business and help protect children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism.

In total, 51 companies are now accredited as Top Members of The Code, recognising their strong commitment to child protection through the implementation of all six criteria of The Code within their own business operations.

The new and existing Top Members have shown leadership helping to protect children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism, and have set an example for other businesses to follow. Any tourism business, large or small, can become a member of The Code, and demonstrate their commitment to children

Damien Brosnan, Programme Manager of The Code

The new Top Members for 2017 are:

  • Costa Rican Trails – Agencia de Viajes Senderos de Costa Rica, S.A. (Costa Rica)
  • a&e erlebnis:reisen (Germany)
  • Studiosus Reisen München GmbH (Germany)
  • Focus on Women (Spain)
  • DER Touristik Suisse AG (Switzerland)
  • AccorHotels Thailand (Thailand)
  • Elevate Destinations (United States)
  • Hyatt Hotels Corporation (United States)

The total list of Top Members of The Code:

  • a&e erlebnis:reisen (Germany)
  • Abang Africa Travel and Trust (South Africa)
  • Accor Hotels (France)
  • AccorHotels Thailand (Thailand)
  • Adventure Travel Trade Association (USA)
  • Altruvistas (USA)
  • ANVR (Netherlands)
  • ANWB Reizen Beheer BV (Netherlands)
  • Ashonorte (Dominican Republic)
  • Caribe Royale Orlando (USA)
  • Carlson (USA)
  • Concessionaire Volaris Fly Aviation Company (Mexico)
  • CorpTrav (USA)
  • Costa Rican Trails – Agencia de Viajes Senderos de Costa Rica, S.A. (Costa Rica)
  • DER Business Travel (Germany)
  • DER Touristik Suisse AG (Switzerland)
  • Djoser (Netherlands)
  • Dominican Fiesta Hotel & Casino (Dominican Republic)
  • Elevate Destinations (USA)
  • Empire CLS Worldwide Chauffeured Services (USA)
  • Focus on Women (Spain)
  • Footprint Travel (Netherlands)
  • Forum Anders Reisen (Germany)
  • Globetrotter Travel Service (Switzerland)
  • Grand Palladium Imbassaí Resort & Spa (Brazil)
  • Grand Palladium Vallarta Resort and Spa / The Royal Suites Punta de Mita by Palladium (Mexico)
  • Hilton Worldwide (USA)
  • Hotel de la Opera (Colombia)
  • Hyatt Hotels Corporation (United States)
  • International Tour Management Institute (USA)
  • Kuoni Travel Management Ltd (Switzerland)
  • Lotus Travel (Sweden)
  • Maritz Travel (USA)
  • Meaningful Trip (USA)
  • Meeting Professionals International -WA state chapter (USA)
  • Meliá Hotels International (Spain)
  • Myanmar Polestar Travels & Tours (Myanmar)
  • Nix Conference & Meeting Management (USA)
  • Panama Trails (Panama)
  • Platinum Travel & Events (USA)
  • Real Hospitality Group (USA)
  • Resia Travel Group (Sweden)
  • RIU Hotels and Resorts (Spain)
  • Sabre (USA)
  • Sawadee (Netherlands)
  • SKR Reisen (Germany)
  • Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (USA)
  • Studiosus Reisen München GmbH (Germany)
  • Travel Counsellors Nederland (Netherlands)
  • Travel Excellence (Costa Rica)
  • TUI Group (Germany)

About The Code

The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism (The Code) is an industry-driven corporate responsible tourism initiative that provides awareness, tools and support to tourism companies in order to prevent the sexual exploitation of children.

Tourism companies that join The Code agree to take six steps that turn child protection principles into concrete operational procedures that can help keep children safe.

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