Flight attendants could give vital support in identifying people, often young girls, being taken overseas for sexual exploitation or forced labour, says the UN

Airlines should train flight attendants to spot signs that a person is being trafficked, according to the UN agency responsible for tackling sexual exploitation and forced labour.

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime is also asking airlines to distribute information cards to passengers, cargo workers and airport staff, with advice on recognising when a person might be a victim of exploitation.

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