Integration of the topic of commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents escnna associated with travel and tourism, to the program of administration of tourism companies at the university of medellín.

  • Santa Álvarez, Jazmin Sugey (PI)
  • GIL LUJÁN, DIANA CECILIA (CoI)
  • JARAMILLO BELTRÁN, MELISSA (CoI)
  • MORALES SÁNCHEZ, TATIANA (CoI)
  • Perlaza Lopera, Carolina Marcela (CoI)

Project Details

Description

The commercial sexual exploitation of children and adolescents (hereinafter escnna) associated with travel and tourism represents one of the most worrisome realities in medellín, as it is one of the biggest factors in the violation of the rights of children and adolescents. this phenomenon is considered as "a form of economic exploitation analogous to slavery and forced labor, which constitutes a crime on the part of those who use children and adolescents for the sex trade" and "consists in offering and / or use of children and adolescents in sexual activities by people traveling from one country to another or between cities in the same country ". (united nations office on drugs and crime (hereinafter unodc) and the enterprise for urban safety (hereinafter esu), 2011, page 12).

Objective

Create an intervention model of curricular plans in tourism for the integration of the contents on csec so that it is consolidated as a cross-cutting theme in the professional training of future service providers in travel and tourism

Expected results

Intervention model of curricular plans that integrate the transversal apprehension of the phenomenon of csec. the integration of issues related to csec with the programs in tourism business administration has not been worked for being the pioneer university in the integration of csec in the curriculum of the aet program and having the support of the unodc, to be members unwto affiliates, with international certification, the application of this model will serve to intervene other training plans of other universities that have professional training in tourism at the local, national and international levels.
Short titleEXPLOTACIÓN SEXUAL COMERCIAL
AcronymEXPLOTACIÓN SEXUAL COMERCIAL
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date26/01/1630/01/18

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