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DLN reports that "Brazil at the moment is on a high trend of child sex tourism and is all geared to take up the first spot beating out Thailand." The United Nations Office of Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) recently stated that 79% of all global trafficking is for sexual exploitation, which is one of the fastest growing criminal activities in the world. As of May 2016, 173 countries have signed and ratified the Optional Protocol on the Sale of Children, Child Prostitution and Child Pornography which is "Deeply concerned at the widespread and continuing practice of sex tourism, to which children are especially vulnerable".

These attitudes make children far more vulnerable to sexual exploitation. has relatively strict domestic laws that hold accountable any American citizen or permanent resident of the U. who travels abroad for the purpose of engaging in illicit conduct with a minor. It also obliges parties to pass laws within their own territories against these practices "punishable by appropriate penalties that take into account their grave nature".

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Child sex tourism victimizes approximately 2 million children around the world.

Users of children for commercial and sexual purposes can be categorized by motive.

In the coastal regions of Kenya, for example, 30 per cent were residents and 70 per cent of the abusers were foreign: Italians (18 per cent), Germans (14 per cent), Swiss (12 per cent), with tourists coming from Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania fifth and sixth on the list. Similar to the domestic Megan's Law (named after Megan Kanka of New Jersey), which provides for community notification when a sex offender is living in the area, H. 110 of the alleged online abusers were based in the UK and another 254 were traced to computers in the US.

In Costa Rica, according to available information, between the 19, the Child Exploitation Unit had arrested a total of 74 persons on suspicion of commercial sexual exploitation of children. Together with Avaaz.org, Terre des Hommes Netherlands has created an online petition to pressure governments to adopt proactive investigation policies in order to protect children against webcam child sex tourism.

Although pedophiles are popularly associated with child sex tourism, they are not the majority of users.

There are two types of offenders: preferential abusers who specifically prefer children, because they seek to build a relationship with a child or because they perceive the risk of sexually transmitted infections to be lower; and situational users, which are abusers who do not actively seek out children but for whom the actual act is opportunistic.

The WTO, ECPAT (End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes) and Nordic tour operators created a global The Code of Conduct for the Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism in Travel and Tourism in 1996. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or “ICE”, participates in investigating and capturing child sex tourists.

As of April 2013, over 1200 travel companies from 40 countries had signed the code. In 2003 ICE launched “Operation Predator”, leading to the arrest of over 11,000 child sexual abusers, including more than 1,100 outside the United States.

In 2005, The Korea Times reported that an international symposium was held to talk about strategies for curbing the high numbers of Korean child sex tourists to southeast Asia.

The symposium, "Conditions and Countermeasures to Overseas Child and Youth Sex Tourism by Korean Men" discussed issues concerning Korean male soliciting of child prostitutes across Asia, but Cambodia and The Philippines were especially worrisome.

"Among foreigners visiting Southeast Asia, South Koreans are the majority group driving demand for child prostitution across the region." The article goes on to say, "A 2008 report from the U. Department of State, 'Trafficking in Persons Report,' described South Korea as a significant source of demand for child sex tourism in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands." Yun Hee-jun, head of a Seoul-based group campaigning against sex trafficking, claims, “If you visit any brothel in Vietnam or Cambodia, you can see fliers written in Korean.” Although South Korea has legislation in place to prosecute Korean nationals who are child sex offenders abroad, a 2014 report stated "The government has not prosecuted or convicted any Korean sex tourists during the past seven years".

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