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Training employees to spot signs of trafficking and supporting anti-trafficking organizations are some of the reasons Delta was recognized.
Allison Ausband and Rebekah Charleston, survivor of human trafficking.
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​Since Delta's initial $1M investment, the National Human Trafficking Hotline has seen a 36 percent increase in contacts from survivors and a 25 percent increase in cases handled.
Human Trafficking IFE video
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July 30 is recognized by the United Nations as World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and Delta is empowering employees and customers to join the fight against human trafficking.
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Ausband, Delta's In-Flight Service leader, will represent airlines on this important panel.
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Following the airline’s rally to fight human trafficking, Delta people continue taking the drumbeat of activism into airports and communities worldwide.
Megan Lundstrom of Free Our Girls
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The event featured CEO Ed Bastian, celebrity activist Terry Crews; Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms; Bradley Myles, CEO of Polaris; and Megan Lundstrom, survivor and founder of Free Our Girls.
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Delta announced enhancements to raise awareness among travelers in airports and, for the first time, via in-flight entertainment screens.
As a leader in the fight since 2011, the report calls out Delta’s strategy as a model.
Flight Ops donates $25k to provide education for Atlanta trafficking victims
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Delta’s Flight Ops team took the charge to #GetOnBoard seriously by donating $25,000 to local anti-trafficking nonprofit, Wellspring Living.
Delta Air Lines #GetOnBoard Anniversary Celebration - Mira Sorvino
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Over 500 Delta people gathered to celebrate #GetOnBoard's one year anniversary, and to learn of new, exclusive training available to employees to combat human trafficking.

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