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Nix signs code of conduct for meeting planners on child sex trafficking, developed with ECPAT-US - marks US Human Trafficking Awareness Day (Weds 11 Jan)

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10 January 2012

The Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct


The Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct is the only voluntary set of business principles travel and tour companies can implement to prevent child sex tourism and trafficking of children...Current U.S. signatories [as of 10 Jan 2011] include Carlson Companies, Delta Airlines, Global Exchange, Hilton Worldwide, Millennium Hotel St. Louis, and Wyndham Worldwide Corporation. We will welcome Nix Conference Meeting and Management on January 11, 2012.

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19 December 2011

Meeting Planning Firm Leads the Charge to End Child Sex Trafficking

Author: Nix Conference & Meeting Management

Nix Conference & Meeting Management is leading the charge among meeting planners worldwide to help end child sex trafficking. Nix is initiating a first-ever Meeting Planners Code of Conduct in January, Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and encouraging industry peers and competitors to join them in addressing the issue at every hotel where they do business.

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