Promoting Child Safe and Responsible Tourism in Fiji
Five challenges facing children and young people To mark the 30th anniversary of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, children and young people from Australia and the Pacific met
New resource to help those in the travel and volunteering sectors responsibly divest from relationships with orphanages.
Murky Waters: A Qualitative Assessment of Modern Slavery in the Pacific Region. Walk Free has released a report on the reality of modern slavery in the Pacific.
Modern Slavery in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific
Access resources relating to child welfare and services in Fiji.
Ministry of Trade and Tourism, has developed the Fiji Tourism Development Plan 2021.
In Vanuatu, the Department of Tourism is undertaking several initiatives in the area of responsible tourism.
This resource was developed by ReThink Orphanages Australia and the ACFID Child Rights Community of Practice to assist entities in Australia and abroad who have orphanages in their supply chains
These practical resources have been developed by ReThink Orphanages partner organisations to support travel-based organisations, schools, faith-based organisations, charities and businesses.
Buddha in Africa - documentary by South-African film maker Nicole Schafer highlighting the situation of young children in Malawi being recruited into an orphanage.
An easy to use resource containing templates and checklists to develop child safeguarding policy, risk assessments processes, child safe recruitment procedures and child friendly reporting mechanisms.
Myanmar's First Sustainable Tourism Hub
Fiji’s Prime Minister Congratulates Children for the 30th Anniversary United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
This Do No Harm toolkit has been developed for businesses, not-for-profit and government organisations that directly/indirectly supply goods or services to the tourism, travel and hospitality industry
View ACC International's ethical short-term missions online training and toolkit.
Follow the link to see "The Love You Give" video. There's a better way to care for children - find out how. A film screening toolkit has been developed by ReThink Orphanages.