Emirates Supports It’s a Penalty’s Newest Film “What is Human Trafficking?”

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Emirates is supporting It’s a Penalty’s, newest global film,

“What is Human Trafficking?” launched in collaboration
with actor Liam Neeson.

The short film is designed to educate the world
about the misconceptions and the reality of human trafficking and
exploitation happening globally.

Human trafficking involves the movement of persons
within a country or across borders into conditions of exploitation
against their will by means of force, threats, abduction, or
deception. In 2017, the International Labour Organization (ILO)
estimated that there were 24.9 million people trafficked globally
(equivalent to the population of Australia), of which 75% are
women and children.

By airing this special message on its ice inflight entertainment

system on all flights from this month,

Emirates is shedding light on this global problem to help more people
understand what human trafficking is. With greater awareness, more
suspected cases can be identified and reported, thereby protecting
and preventing those at risk of becoming victims.

Recognizing those frontline employees at the
airport and onboard flights are uniquely placed to look out for
this type of crime, Emirates has for several years invested in
training programs to help its airport and crew workforce identify and
report suspected cases of human trafficking to the appropriate law
enforcement organizations.

At Emirates’ hub at Dubai International Airport, a
team of aviation security personnel receives special training from
embassy partners on how to spot potential human traffickers while
checking travel documents and conduct passenger profiling and
behavioral analysis.

Since 2017, Emirates’ crew and customer-facing
ground staff have been accessing an e-learning module specially
developed with the UK Home Office on the ‘Prevention of on-board
Crime’. One of the first airlines to roll out this type of
training, which encourages employees to be more observant of
customer behavior, in particular, behaviors associated with
someone who might be engaged in human trafficking or someone who
could be a victim. The course provides scenarios of what crew
might encounter onboard and guidance on how they should respond.

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