Policy against child labor and discrimination

Viajes Rabbit recognizes and protects the basic rights of children in accordance with the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the International Charter of Human Rights of the United Nations and the standards established by the International Labor Organization, ILO, on child labor.

In this sense, the company aims to protect children's rights such as economic exploitation and the performance of any work that is potentially dangerous or that impedes access to their education or that is directly or indirectly harmful to their health, physical or mental, their spiritual well being or that is contrary to the morals of the society. 

The fundamental principles based on the "I say, here I am" initiative will be:

  • Comply with the minimum age provisions established in the legislation of the country where the projects are carried out and the international international laws on child labor.
  • Use adequate and reliable mechanisms to verify the age of recruitment (citizenship card or any type of identification).
  • Keep accurate and up-to-date records on all workers
  • In the event of cases, immediately remove from work those children who have not reached the legal age to work and to follow up to ensure that the children are protected. 
  • Include contractual clauses for subcontractors, suppliers and other business partners that make firm commitments to eradicate child labor.
  • Work together with other companies, tourist associations and employers' organizations with a  similar interest or territorial approach, in order to address the issue and comply with the above policy.
  • Participate in prevention and protection programs for children withdrawn from child labor whose purpose is to promote education, skills development and job training opportunities.
  • Participate in campaigns in the media for the dissemination of this policy and current legislation.

In the same way we are committed to prevent all the factors that can give origin to some type of discrimination being these:

  • Race.
  • Ethnicity.
  • Religion.
  • Nationality.
  • Political or philosophical ideology.
  • Sex or sexual orientation.
  • Disability and other reasons of discrimination.