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Child sex tourism and exploitation are on the rise. Companies can help fight it

A passer-by walks past a Day of the Dead altar built by sex workers at a red light district in Mexico City October 31, 2013. Sex workers built the altar to remember their deceased colleagues, especially those who were violently murdered in the last few years. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) - GM1E9B1148W01

The rise in sex tourism has been particularly high in Latin American countries. Image: REUTERS/Edgard Garrido

Maria Fernanda Felix de la Luz
Co-Founder, Youth Parliament of the Americas
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