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Joan Keddell, International Tour Management Institute (ITMI) Educator to Provide Human Trafficking Awareness Training at the Trafficking in America Conference in Nashville, TN, May 23 – 25, 2013
Date:4/2/2013

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 02, 2013

Nashville, TN, March 21, 2013 – The Trafficking in America Task Force is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating Americans about the sale of men, women and children into sexual slavery and forced labor, a multi-billion dollar industry worldwide. The annual Trafficking in America Conference, which is open to the general public, will be held May 23 -25, at the Inn at Opryland, (formerly the Radisson). Early bird registration and hotel discounts end May 2nd.

“Sex trafficking and modern day slavery are among the greatest human rights violations of our time,” said Joan Keddell, vice president of the International Tour Management Institute (ITMI). “Today, more people are enslaved than at any time in human history. By knowing what to look for, everyone can play a part in helping to eradicate this problem. I value the contribution that Trafficking in America is making to this effort and I am pleased to have an opportunity to provide the interactive awareness training that we have developed at ITMI, to conference participants.”

“We recognize that tourism industry professionals can play an important role in identifying and reporting suspicious behavior in hotels, airports or other places where victims are transported or exploited,” states Yvonne Williams, co-founder and president of Trafficking in America Task Force. “ITMI’s pioneering initiative to integrate human trafficking awareness education into its tour director certification program is a giant step forward in the battle to eradicate this horrific crime. Joan’s knowledge and experience will provide conference participants with valuable tools and insights to take action in their in their daily lives.”

Since 1976, ITMI has been the premier training and certification institute for travel and tourism professionals, its more than 7,000 graduates from around the world lead tours on every continent. In 2012, ITMI launche
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