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Begging… To Give, or Not to Give?

Giving money to child beggars is the least generous thing a tourist can do To give or not to give is an often-asked question, especially when traveling in developing regions of the world.  How can one say ‘no’ to sad eyes and outstretched hands?  How can you say ‘no’ and do it with kindness and […]

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Meaningful Trip Supports ECPAT and Signs Code of Conduct

Meaningful Trip joined the fight against child trafficking by signing the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct (The Code). The Code is a set of six guidelines travel and tourism companies can implement to protect children from sexual exploitation. From: Joe Staiano, Founder of Meaningful Trip I am blessed by my 20 -year career in responsible […]

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