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In a virtual event, Blurred Lines: Sex Trafficking & Supply Chains – Follow the Money, MPAHT will be offering virtual education on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. EST.
A human trafficking app known as The STOP APP lets users anonymously report any suspicious behavior or incidents anywhere around the globe.
With multimillionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein making headlines for accused sex trafficking and July 30 designated as World Day against Trafficking in Persons, human trafficking is in the spotlight.
Because January is Human Trafficking Awareness & Prevention Month, what better time to talk about the new anti-trafficking training launched by ECPAT-USA?
The worlds of meeting planning and human trafficking intersect in more places than you might realize.
Airlines and the employees who run them are speaking out on sexual harassment, especially with reported cases of in-flight sexual assault on the rise.
Meeting Professionals International’s (MPI) annual World Education Congress (WEC) 2018 ended with a closing celebration at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Learn the signs that could indicate an individual is being trafficked, and what to do if you see an incidence of human trafficking.
According to ECPAT-USA Executive Director Carol Smolenski, the next initiative from her organization will be to create a training program for people who work in travel management companies.
"Our hope is that we can begin next steps and grow this grass roots conversation to create some solid information, training and more."
Meeting attendees can fight human trafficking by uploading hotel room photos to a new app called TraffickCam which helps investigators gather information.
Several hotel companies, including Carlson-Rezidor, Accor, Wyndham and Hilton Worldwide, are leading the fight against trafficking by signing "The Code."