- urge their governments to support and implement the Declaration and Actions of the World Declaration Against Commercial Exploitation of Children, Stockholm, Sweden, 1996; and
- urge their governments to protect women and children, both male and female, from exploitation by:
- implementing and enforcing laws prohibiting any type of exploitation of women and children especially trafficking and enforced prostitution;
- developing and supporting educational and training programmes to raise women and children’s awareness of how they can avoid becoming victims of trafficking and ensnared or enforced prostitution;
- developing and supporting educational and training programmes to raise public awareness of the social, cultural and financial implications of sex trafficking and other forms of sexual exploitation;
- implementing and enforcing laws prohibiting sex tourism to foreign countries;
- ensuring that work permits, if applicable, for foreign workers are not just shields for exploitation of women and children; and
- assisting those who become victims of trafficking and exploitation.