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Tag Archives: ECPAT

Womens Rights and Issues in Nepal

Meaningful Trip founder Joe Staiano just returned from a month in Nepal…  “We met so many extraordinary people and organizations dedicated to women’s rights, child development & education, anti-sex-trafficking, anti-violence-against-women, and more. “  Meaningful Trip hikes in Nepal support EWN, Empowering Women of Nepal.  EWN nonprofit offers education and skills training to disadvantaged rural women […]

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Great news from ECPAT on the Fight of Exploitation and Trafficking

Two wonderful pieces of news from ECPAT worth sharing… Hilton Foundation Joins the Fight ECPAT, the leading global network of organizations dedicated to stopping the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC), has been selected to receive the 2013 Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize of $1.5 million, the world’s largest humanitarian prize. This is the 18th […]

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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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COVID-19: All Tours Paused. Dream Now. Travel Later.
As the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt around the world, we hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and staying healthy. The health and safety of our travelers and staff is our top priority. All tours have been put on pause during this Coronavirus crisis. We are closely monitoring the situation with guidance from the CDC and the U.S. Department of State. Dream Now. Travel Later.