Protecting children from sexual exploitation in tourism

    MONTREAL, June 10 /CNW/ - Rosalind Prober, President of Beyond Borders and board member of ECPAT Int. (Bangkok)
will be in Montreal on June 11 and 12. On June 12, the Association of Canadian
Travel Agencies will be signing the Code of Conduct, a tool to protect
children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism ACTA
is the second member of the Canadian tourism sector to sign the Code. The
first signatory was Incursion Voyages of Quebec City in 2007.
    Rosalind Prober is an expert on global sexual crimes against children
including child sex tourism. The amendment to that legislation is called the
Prober Amendment. Ms. Prober has extensive expertise on the issue of child
abuse imagery and is one of the founders of Canada's hotline to report online
sexual exploitation,

                Beyond Borders inc. has affiliate status with
                             ECPAT International
    End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking in Children
                             for Sexual Purposes
                              Bangkok, Thailand

For further information:

For further information: Rosalind Prober, (204) 793-7080 (cell), (blackberry)

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