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[PDF] Trafficking: A global phenomenon with an exploration of India through maps

Author: Alyson Warhurst, Cressie Strachan, Zahed Yousuf & Siobhan Tuohy-Smith, Maplecroft [UK], Published on: 1 August 2011

[A]pproximately 2.4m men, women and children are internationally and domestically trafficked for the purposes of: commercial sexual exploitation; forced labour; domestic servitude and the removal of organs at any given point in time…Businesses should be aware of the legal, moral and reputational risks that will arise from complicity, either direct or indirect, in human trafficking activities…Included within this analysis is the mapping of reported incidences of trafficking across India, including information sources, transit routes and destination hotspots…[refers to Global Horizons Manpower, Kuoni, TUI StarTour, Thomas Cook, Accor Hotels, Carlson, British Airways, Delta Airlines, Air France, Monsoon, Monsanto, Lanco, Indian Bank, Vodafone, Safaricom, Citibank (part of Citigroup), Commercial Bank of Africa]

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Related companies: Accor Air France KLM British Airways Carlson Citibank (part of Citigroup) Citigroup Delta Air Lines Global Horizons Kuoni Monsanto (part of Bayer) Monsoon Accessorize Safaricom Thomas Cook TUI Travel Vodafone