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CorpTrav Joins ECPAT-USA to Urge Congress to Pass Major Human Trafficking Bill

CorpTrav is proud to join ECPAT-USA in the fight for appropriate laws to end and prevent human trafficking.  

Originally passed in 2000, the Trafficking Victims Protection Act provided necessary aid to human trafficking victims across the globe. Its proposed reauthorization—the Frederick Douglass Trafficking Victims Prevention and Protection Reauthorization Act of 2017 and complimentary Senate bills—focuses on prevention, strengthens victim restitution, and adds critical new provisions concerning endangered children. 

This federal policy is vital in the positioning of law enforcement’s ability to combat child trafficking around the globe. The law provides essential support for training and education efforts so that employees of the travel and hospitality industry can better recognize human trafficking. 

To view a copy of the letter sent to Speaker Paul Ryan please click here.


As the leading policy organization in the United States seeking to end the commercial, sexual exploitation of children, ECPAT-USA focuses on awareness, advocacy, policy, and legislation. ECPAT-USA is a member of ECPAT International, a network of organizations in 93 countries working together toward one common mission: to eliminate the sexual exploitation of children.

About CorpTrav 

As a Top Member of The Code and ECPAT, CorpTrav is committed to combating commercial sexual exploitation of children. CorpTrav stands firm in our resolve to create awareness and fight human trafficking by utilizing our professional resources in the corporate travel and tourism industry.  Click here to learn more about our corporate social responsibility initiatives.   

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