Travel Brave: Warning Signs of Child Sex Tourism
Every year, North Americans travel abroad for vacations, adventures, or business. But not everyone. Some travel abroad to break the law-to abuse children. It's a crime called child sex tourism.
Child sex tourists travel overseas to exploit children who are vulnerable; often, these children live in poverty and outside the protection of their country's public justice system.
Child sex tourists believe they won't get caught or held accountable for their actions. But North America has excellent laws that can hold these individuals accountable-even if they commit these crimes outside our borders.
Download IJM Canada's Travel Brave kit to learn more about warning signs of child sex tourism.