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Kriminalitet i Caribien er en trussel for alle, siger ECOT

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eThe Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism, en gruppe, der går ind for "en anden form for turisme er mulig", har givet udtryk for sin bekymring over rapporter om en stigning i forbrydelser i Caribien.

eThe Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism, en gruppe, der går ind for "en anden form for turisme er mulig", har givet udtryk for sin bekymring over rapporter om en stigning i forbrydelser i Caribien.

ECOT, which is an organization known for questioning who really benefits from tourism, has called the recent developments in the Caribbean ”a shocking picture.” The advocacy group is responding to a report that the alarming rise of crime and its disastrous effect on the societies and economies that are often relying on tourism.

Med henvisning til en kommentar i The Times-artiklen om, at turisme har været en stor fordel for de caribiske folk, har ECOT sagt, at det "langt fra er sandheden for alle."

Advokatgruppen hævder, at krydstogtskibsturisme, den mest fremtrædende form for USA-drevet turisme til Caribien, er en af ​​de mest forurenende og katastrofale former for turisme.

ECOT tilføjede, at fattigdom og konflikter er et vigtigt emne, der er forbundet med dårlig uddannelsesdækning, køn og anden forskelsbehandling, hiv / aids-infektioner og utilstrækkelige sundhedsfaciliteter.

According to ECOT, governments and economies are highly dependent on their international treaties and connections. ECOT said: “The creation of a non-corrupt, transparent and healthy state is nevertheless in their power. It seems the time for the civil society including the churches (who have a long history in the social movements throughout the Caribbean) to get together and demand their rights for a healthy, humanitarian, just, and ethical life for the present and future generation.”