In order to counter exploitation, pornography and sexual tourism involving children and adolescents, Providencia Travel in compliance with Law 679 of 2001, Law 1336 of 2009 and Resolution 3840 of 2009, pledge the following obligations legal:
- Refrain from offering programs in tourism promotion and tourism plans, express or surreptitious plans sexual exploitation of children.
- Adopt measures to prevent workers from Providence Travel dependents or intermediaries, offering tourist services that include sexual contact with minors.
- Protecting foreign minors from all forms of sexual exploitation and domestic violence caused by foreign tourists or age or national.
- To incorporate in our tourism advertising, information on the legal consequences of exploitation, pornography and sexual tourism involving children and adolescents.
- Refrain from giving information to tourists, directly or through their employees about places where you coordinate or where sexual services with minors.
- Refrain from driving tourists to establishments or places where prostitution of minors is practiced.
- Refrain from driving to minors, directly or through employees, to places where tourists are staying, even if it is located offshore locations, for prostitution of minors.
- Refrain from lease or use vehicles tourist routes for prostitution or bars, similar businesses and other tourist establishments for prostitution or sexual abuse of minors.
- Prevent the entry of minors to hotels or places of accommodation and lodging, bars, similar businesses and other tourist establishments for prostitution or sexual abuse of minors.
- Rejecting child labor.
- Rejecting discrimination against race or gender.
- Timely reporting to local law enforcement and / or authorities, cases of child sex trade are detected with suppliers.
- We ask the customers, suppliers, partners and other agencies to reject participation in the sexual exploitation of children and to report all cases of sexual exploitation of children of which they are aware.
- Report to the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism, the Attorney General’s Office, the Colombian Family Welfare Institute, ICBF, and other competent bodies, the facts relating to the sexual exploitation of minors.
We also commit to implementing mechanisms for monitoring, preventive and corrective measures to prevent exploitation, pornography and sexual tourism involving children and adolescents (Application exit permit minors who do not travel with their parents, among others) also against the violation of this Code, for this we have designated to Milton Lopez Cobos Manager to verify proper compliance.
Whoever commits exploitation, pornography and sexual tourism involving children and adolescents, it shall be punished with deprivation of liberty and pecuniary penalties and administrative measures by the competent authorities.