Lesson 2 – Preventing Human Trafficking (EN)

Welcome to Recognise and Respond: Preventing Human Trafficking

In lesson 1 you will have learned the general signs of human trafficking, but you may notice some additional signs depending on where you are in the hotel.

After completing this lesson, you will be able to recognise the specific signs of human trafficking in hotel settings and report potential human trafficking situations if they occur on your property.

Click launch to begin.

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Lesson 3 – Non-Management Scenarios (EN)

Welcome to Recognise and Respond: How you can help prevent human trafficking

After lessons 1 and 2, you should now have a better understanding of what human trafficking is and how to recognise the signs.

In this lesson, you can practice applying your skills to hospitality-based scenarios.

Click launch to begin.

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Leçon 2 – Identifier et Réagir: Prévention de la Traite des Êtres Humains (management) (Français)

Partie 2 de Identifier et Réagir: Combattre la Traite des Êtres Humains dans le Secteur de L’hôtellerie.

Une série en trois parties, se concentre sur la manière d’identifier et de réagir aux signes de la traite des êtres humains en contexte hôtelier, y compris dans le hall d’entrée, en chambre et dans d’autres espaces publics.

Cliquez sur lancement pour commencer.

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Leçon 3 – Identifier et Réagir: Scénarios de Traite des Êtres Humains (management) (Français)

Partie 3 de Identifier et Réagir: Combattre la traite des êtres humains dans le secteur de l’hôtellerie.

Une série en trois parties, offre la possibilité de réagir à des situations spécifiques à l’hôtellerie, de déterminer si des signes de la traite des êtres humains sont présents, et de décider comment réagir au mieux à chaque situation, en fonction des observations et des connaissances acquises dans le cadre de cette formation.

Cliquez sur lancement pour commencer.

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Leçon 1 – Identifier et réagir: Présentation de la traite des êtres humains (management) (Français)

Partie 1 de Identifier et Réagir: Combattre la traite des êtres humains dans le secteur de l’hôtellerie

Une série en trois parties, définit la traite des êtres humains et explique pourquoi il est important de la combattre, définit le trafic sexuel et le trafic de main-d’œuvre, décrit les profils habituels des victimes et des trafiquants et décrit les signes généraux de la traite des êtres humains.

Cliquez sur lancement pour commencer.

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Leçon 3 – Identifier et Réagir: Scénarios de Traite des Êtres Humains (non-management) (Français)

Partie 3 de Identifier et Réagir: Combattre la Traite des Êtres Humains dans le Secteur de L’hôtellerie.

Une série en trois parties, offre la possibilité de réagir à des scénarios spécifiques à l’hôtellerie, de déterminer si des signes de la traite des êtres humains sont présents, et de décider comment réagir au mieux à chaque scénario, en fonction des observations et des connaissances acquises dans le cadre de cette formation.

Cliquez sur lancement pour commencer.

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Leçon 2 – Identifier et Réagir: Prévention de la Traite des Êtres Humains (non-management) (Français)

Partie 2 de Identifier et Réagir: Combattre la traite des êtres humains dans le secteur de l’hôtellerie.

Une série en trois parties, se concentre sur la manière d’identifier et de réagir aux signes de la traite des êtres humains en contexte hôtelier, y compris dans le hall d’entrée, en chambre et dans d’autres espaces publics.

Cliquez sur lancement pour commencer.

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Leçon 1 – Identifier et réagir: Présentation de la traite des êtres humains (non-management) (Français)

Partie 1 de Identifier et Réagir: Combattre la traite des êtres humains dans le secteur de l’hôtellerie

Une série en trois parties, définit la traite des êtres humains et explique pourquoi il est important de la combattre, définit le trafic sexuel et le trafic de main-d’œuvre, décrit les profils habituels des victimes et des trafiquants et décrit les signes généraux de la traite des êtres humains.

Cliquez sur lancement pour commencer.

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Ethical Recruitment Principles and Implementation

Launch the lesson to begin the course. The training takes around 60 – 75 minutes to complete.

This part of the course is suitable for: human rights and sustainability teams, head office and regional HR teams, procurement teams, general managers, and team members with hiring responsibilities.

Click here to download additional resources, including:
  • Guidance note – Ethical recruitment
  • Tool – Working with labour recruiters and employment agencies
  • Tool – Frequently asked questions on migrant workers and recruitment
  • Handout – Mapping the recruitment process
  • Handout – Committing to ethical recruitment minimum requirements
  • Handout – Monitoring recruitment practices – sample questions

Please be aware that if you close the training window, this will restart the lesson. Therefore if you wish to pause and continue at a later time, please note your progress and navigate to this point upon your return.

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Ethical Recruitment Policies and Commitments

Launch the lesson to begin the course. The training takes around 60 – 75 minutes to complete.

This part of the course is suitable for: human rights and sustainability teams, head office and regional HR teams, procurement teams, general managers, and team members with hiring responsibilities.

Click here to download additional resources, including:
  • Tool – Incorporating ethical recruitment into procurement practices
  • Tool – Frequently asked questions on migrant workers and recruitment
  • Handout – Committing to ethical recruitment minimum requirements
  • Handout – Monitoring recruitment practices – sample questions

Please be aware that if you close the training window, this will restart the lesson. Therefore if you wish to pause and continue at a later time, please note your progress and navigate to this point upon your return.

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The Case for Ethical Recruitment

To get started on this training course, please watch this short introductory video, from the International Organization for Migration, which outlines the importance of ethical recruitment when employing migrant workers in the hospitality industry.

This part of the course is suitable for: decision makers (CEOs, VPs and Legal), human rights and sustainability teams, head office and regional HR teams, procurement teams, general managers, and team members with hiring responsibilities.

 

Click here to download additional resources, including:
  • Guidance note – What ethical recruitment means for the hotel industry
  • Tool – Frequently asked questions on migrant workers and recruitment
  • Handout – Summary of migrant worker vulnerability

Ethical Recruitment Principles and the IRIS Standard

Launch the lesson to begin the course. The training takes around 30 – 45 minutes to complete.

This part of the course is suitable for: decision makers (CEOs, VPs and Legal), human rights and sustainability teams, head office and regional HR teams, procurement teams, general managers, and team members with hiring responsibilities.

Click here to download additional resources, including:
  • Guidance Note – Building the knowledge and capacity of hotels to implement ethical recruitment
  • Tool – Frequently asked questions on migrant workers and recruitment
  • Report – IRIS Standard

Please be aware that if you close the training window, this will restart the lesson. Therefore if you wish to pause and continue at a later time, please note your progress and navigate to this point upon your return.

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Grievance Mechanisms, Remedy and Migrant Voice

Launch the lesson to begin the course. The training takes around 90 – 105 minutes to complete.

This part of the course is suitable for: human rights and sustainability teams, head office and regional HR teams, general managers, and team members with hiring responsibilities.

Click here to download additional resources, including:
  • Guidance note – Working with civil society and including migrant worker voice
  • Tool – Interviewing migrant workers about their recruitment and employment experiences
  • Tool – Access to remedy and business grievance mechanisms
  • Tool – Frequently asked questions on migrant workers and recruitment
  • Handout – ILO definition of recruitment fees and costs

Please be aware that if you close the training window, this will restart the lesson. Therefore if you wish to pause and continue at a later time, please note your progress and navigate to this point upon your return.

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Lesson 2 – Preventing Human Trafficking (EN)

Welcome to Recognise and Respond: Preventing Human Trafficking

In lesson 1 you will have learned the general signs of human trafficking, but you may notice some additional signs depending on where you are in the hotel.

After completing this lesson, you will be able to recognise the specific signs of human trafficking in hotel settings and report potential human trafficking situations if they occur on your property.

Click launch to begin.

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Lesson 3 – Non-Management Scenarios (EN)

Welcome to Recognise and Respond: How you can help prevent human trafficking

After lessons 1 and 2, you should now have a better understanding of what human trafficking is and how to recognise the signs.

In this lesson, you can practice applying your skills to hospitality-based scenarios.

Click launch to begin.

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Risks of Modern Slavery in Labour Sourcing

Launch the lesson to begin the course. The training takes around 20 minutes to complete. Successful users will receive a certificate at the end. You may return to the training at any time. It will resume where you left, or you can use the Menu option to navigate back to an earlier part of the course.

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