Lunch & Learn with AVNR: "Working Towards The Eradication of Child Exploitation in Tourism"

Lunch & Learn with ANVR 
"Working Towards The Eradication of Child Exploitation in Tourism"
Monday, 18 March, 12.00 - 12.45 pm CET

With the support of the government and in collaboration with a broad consortium of Dutch tour operators and their local Indonesian DMCs, the ANVR (the Dutch branch organisation for outbound tourism) has been working in recent years to map and tackle child labour and other forms of child exploitation related to tourism in Indonesia. 
Learn from Frank Radstake, deputy director of ANVR, about this multi-stakeholder project and ongoing work to tackle child labour and exploitation in the tourism value chain. ANVR has been working on the eradication of tourism-related child abuse for many years, most recently in battling child labour on Bali. During the meeting Frank Radstake will give an overview of the results of the first phase of the project and how this fits in a broader sustainability perspective. 

This session was held by ANVR, a member of the Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism.


Frank Radstake
 Deputy Director, ANVR

Frank Radstake is Deputy Director at ANVR and has recently been appointed new Director starting next July 1st.
ANVR is the Dutch Travel Trade Organization and organizes the 300 biggest leisure and business tour operators and travel agents. 
The Dutch travel industry has been working on sustainability for a few decades, and ANVR is part of the Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism since 2016.


Jara Schreiber

Jara Schreiber works as coordinator for the multi-stakeholder initiative and non-profit association Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism since 2017. She has profound experience in the field of business and human rights, sustainable tourism and development. With degrees in Cultural Studies (BA) and Sustainable Tourism Management (MA) and working background, among others, with a sustainable tourism consultancy and a tour operator specialised in Madagascar, she has worked with various stakeholder groups and contexts on various aspects of sustainability in tourism.