Question 2: Human Trafficking as a Social Issue
Definition: Human trafficking is
the acquisition of people by improper means such as force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them. It is a complex problem brought about by inter-related economic, social, cultural, political and personal factors. Those trafficked are exploited into prostitution, forced labour, for the removal of their organs and other emerging forms of trafficking including organised begging, benefit fraud, domestic servitude and forced marriage. In short, it is modern day slavery.
Research how prevalent human trafficking is a world-wide basis and what role the hospitality industry is increasingly playing in preventing this crime or assisting its victims. Develop a training plan for hospitality staff in how to recognize human trafficking so that it can be reported to the proper authorities.
Expectation: It is expected that your answer will be approximately 250-400 words in length (one page to one and one-half pages, double-spaced, 12-point font) and will use a minimum of 2 cited sources from either refereed or reliable industry trade publications. Please be sure to use in-text citations and include a reference list at the end of the question.
Subject is hospitality
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