Latest from the ATTA
- Women in Travel Chooses Digital Format for the International Women in Travel & Tourism Forum 2021
- Adventure Travel Trade Association Becomes Official Partner of Switzerland Tourism in their Newly Announced Swisstainable Strategy in Tourism
- From Guides to CEOs, Women in Adventure Travel are on the Rise
This past Friday, Shared Hope International, The Protection Project of The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and ECPAT-USA convened experts from around the nation to assess our current capacity to address the needs of child victims of sex trafficking in the U.S. through the National Colloquium: Shelter and Services Evaluation for Action. Voices from policy, philanthropy, child welfare, non-governmental organizations and survivor leadership was heard as we hosted a dialogue amongst entities proficient in assisting this victim/survivor population. In the forum we evaluated various service provider practices that can serve as a guide to others and documented current capacity to respond to the needs of commercially sexually exploited children.
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