Question: Does the company, in its modern slavery statement, discuss the risk of sexual exploitation or trafficking in its operations and/or supply chains?
list Yes, No
Walk Free
Unverified - Added by Community
updated over 1 year ago by Singh Anjali

pg. 5

"• Fighting against sexual harassment policy: In July 2019 AccorInvest signed its first international agreement with the International Union IUF. This framework agreement aims to strengthen the fight against sexual harassment and sets out the main principles and actions for which AccorInvest is committed. This agreement reflects AccorInvest's commitment to two key areas: prevention and zero tolerance of all forms of harassment."

pg. 6

"Our hotel-based employees are all trained on the WATCH program, to help detect cases of sexual exploitation of children in travel and tourism (“SECTT”), through a variety of training/awareness-raising tools at the hotels.

Our Guests:

As a hospitality company, we know that our hotels can be subject to a particular risk of modern slavery. Specifically:

• Hotels may be used for sex trafficking where victims are compelled to provide commercial sex to paying customers.

• Victims may stay in hotels with their traffickers while moving location."

Singh Anjali.....2022-01-13 11:16:53 UTC