Brasília (DF) - The series of launches of the campaign that supports face sexual exploitation of children and adolescents during the carnival of 2012 is mobilizing the country. The ’Protection League’ will pass through the cities of Belo Horizonte (BH), Florianópolis (SC), Manaus (AM), Fortaleza (CE), Brasília (DF), Vitória (ES), Goiânia (GO), Curitiba (PR) , São Paulo (SP), Rio Branco (AC), Natal (RN) and Salvador (BA). In Salvador, the Ministry of Tourism was present with the general coordinator of Sustainable Tourism and Childhood (IST), Adeline Silva Neto, alongside the Minister of Human Rights Secretariat, Maria do Rosario Nunes. Also present were Luis Barrios, Minister of the Secretariat for Policies to Promote Racial Equality, and the governor of Bahia, Jaques Wagner. The event took place on Thursday (16), the Administrative Center of Bahia. Salvador and the rest of the state, the advertising material is distributed in the carnival, airports, hotel chains, bars, restaurants, roads and highways. "The concern is that this time, it emphasizes the exploitation of children and adolescents. So the warning is given since the arrival of tourists. Who is coming here, that will play, but respect our children and adolescents, "said Jaques Wagner. The Secretary of Tourism of Bahia, Domingos Leonelli, supports the campaign. "This is a campaign that has the full support of the Secretariat of Tourism of Bahia, for there is no better place than the Carnival of Bahia to defend a noble cause," reiterates. The mobilization has been joined by 19 states. Among them, Santa Catarina, is broadly supportive of the campaign Human Rights Secretariat of the Presidency. According to the president of Santa Catarina Tourism (Santur), Valdir Walendowsky Rubens, the state works in concert with the Ministry of Tourism since the project began: "We are engaged in the subject long ago. The Santur is constantly working on this issue. " Santa Catarina has also received publicity material will be distributed at the airport, bus stations and tourist information. According to the Human Rights Secretariat of the Presidency, in 2011 866,088 attendances were recorded at Dial 100. The number is five times larger than the care provided in 2010 (160,933). Last year, 91,932 complaints were received, triple registered in 2010 (30,543). Of these, approximately one third corresponds to cases of sexual violence.