Travel employee’s and travelers are becoming more aware of human trafficking and usually see the transportation of victims in plain sight but not enough know exactly what to do after witnessing this. Therefore lots of trafficking activity that can be avoided doesn't because people are unaware of how or what can be done to stop it.

The “lodging industry” while not responsible for these crimes, is well positioned to help prevent them from happening. Hence the fight to get companies such as hotels etc. to sign The Code of Conduct, a commitment to protect children from sexual exploitation in travel and tourism. 

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