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Governments have unique resources at their disposal in the fight against sexual exploitation of children in tourism. They can pass laws specifically dealing with the problem, including extraterritorial laws that penalize acts committed by their citizens while travelling abroad. They can educate their representatives in the police, customs, and embassy on when and how to intervene. They can influence the image a country sells to tourists via official tourism boards, and they can use these tourism boards to spread information over travel industry networks nationally and worldwide.

 

Governments have unique resources at their disposal in the fight against sexual exploitation of children in tourism. They can pass laws specifically dealing with the problem, including extraterritorial laws that penalize acts committed by their citizens while travelling abroad. They can educate their representatives in the police, customs, and embassy on when and how to intervene. They can influence the image a country sells to tourists via official tourism boards, and they can use these tourism boards to spread information over travel industry networks nationally and worldwide


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