Bars in Chiapas, Mexico receive certificates for human trafficking non-engagement

Posted on August 9, 2012 • Filed under: Human Rights Latin America, Human Smuggling, Mexico, Social Issues

Bars in the state of Chiapas, Mexico, along with other similar locations, such as nightclubs, have been rewarded for not engaging in human trafficking. The state government has given these businesses certificates to affirm that they do not participate in any form of human trafficking, such as prostitution. 16 certificates have so far been distributed, Sexenio Chiapas reports. The government hopes this encourages businesses to prevent human exploitation. Read Article

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