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InterContinental Hotels boosts efforts to combat human trafficking

InterContinental Hotels Group PLC introduced programs and tools to boost efforts to raise awareness and prevent human trafficking.

The London and New York-listed hotel company made available mandatory free training to all InterContinental-branded hotels worldwide, including over 4,200 properties in the Americas, to increase awareness among hotel colleagues and enable them to aid in preventing human trafficking.

The company said it is also working with entities such as the American Hotel & Lodging Association, Asian American Hotel Owners Association and Georgia Hotel & Lodging Association to share best practices on how to deal with the issue.

InterContinental has presence in over 100 countries.