THINK How to Protect Children from Exploitative Labor
When you travel you might be exposed to children forced to work
Children and young people are exploited in work places around the world. The ILO estimates there are 215 million child laborers worldwide. Children may be exploited and forced to work which keeps them from attending school and is damaging to their healthy development.
Consider if a child is being exploited for labor during your travels. If you suspect a potential forced labor situation, report it to local authorities, call ChildSafe hotlines or contact Interpol.
|National Police Line||(855) 23 997 919|
|ChildSafe Phnom Penh||(855) 12 311 112|
|ChildSafe Siem Reap||(855) 17 358 758|
|ChildSafe Sihanoukville||(855) 12 478 100|
|ChildSafe International Emailemail@example.com|
|APLE||(885) 92 311 511|
|Action Pour Les Enfantsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|ChildSafe Bangkok||086 971 8861
|1800 777 211 (free call from Landline)|
|National Police Hotline||1300|
|Interpol International Police||www.interpol.com|