The Organization For Responsible Tourism (FACTS)

Posted on August 14, 2010

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International Attention through a Tourism Boycott. Stopping corruption at Belize borders is the key to stopping human traffickers from using Belize as a human trafficking superhighway. The Campaign to Stop Human Trafficking in Belize is supported by the Organization for Responsible Tourism. Organization for Responsible Tourism President Vivian Trill has appealed on behalf of the Campaign for Belize to tighten its borders. Thousands of human trafficking victims wind up in bars run by owners who profit form forced prostitution. The Campaign to Stop Human Trafficking in Belize is supported by the Organization for Responsible Tourism. Organization for Responsible Tourism President Vivian Trill has called for strengthening and enforcing liquor laws so they provide penalties to bar owners profiting from prostitution.The Campaign to Stop Human Trafficking in Belize has extended an invitation to work in partnership with Prime Minister Dean Barrow. The Campaign, through Organization for Responsible Tourism, has issued a number of Appeals to the Belize government urging immediate action to address human trafficking within and along its borders. Organization for Responsible Tourism President Vivian Trill has issued the Appeals on behalf of the Campaign.

  1. Fines for bar owners, starting at $2,000 (Belize) for a first offence
  2. Suspension of liquor license for a period of six months for the first offence, up to two years for the second, and up to five years for subsequent violations
  3. Monitor police enforcement of liquor license laws.

You can help us grow our on-line community that demands an end to sexual enslavement of girls in the Human Trafficking system of Central America. Five minutes of your time three times a week can make an immediate change. Using the power of the most democratic tool available today: Web, Email, Twit, blog and using your social networks to get the message out. The message? A community demanding a stop to sexual enslavement of girls in the human trafficking industries of Belize, Honduras and Guatemala.

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