Report Details State Laws for Fighting Human Trafficking


Source: Asian Hospitality
By Ed Brock
May 8, 2019

SIGNS, SIGNS, EVERYWHERE are human trafficking awareness signs, and for good reason. An increasing number of states are passing laws requiring hotels to put the signage up around their properties, according to a report from anti-trafficking organization ECPAT-USA.

Funded by the American Hotel and Lodging Association Educational Foundation, the report, “Unpacking Human Trafficking: A Survey of State Laws Targeting Human Trafficking in the Hospitality Industry”, gives a state-by-state assessment of signage requirements. ECPAT-USA and AHLEF also are providing material to help hotels comply with their state’s laws.

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