Hotel Management Company Signs Code to Protect Children from Sex Trafficking

Hotel Management Company Signs Code to Protect Children from Sex Trafficking

In June, Real Hospitality Group became the eighth U.S. company—and the first hotel management company—to subscribe to the Tourism Child-Protection Code of Conduct, developed by the EPCAT, End Child Prostitution and Trafficking, a worldwide nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the sexual exploitation of children by raising awarenes

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