Traveler Tips for Reducing Vulnerability During Civil Unrest

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Civil unrest can range in form from small, organized rallies to large-scale demonstrations and rioting. It is rare that international travelers and expatriates are directly targeted during civil unrest, unless they work at or patronize a business or government that is the direct cause of the unrest. People may also be harmed simply by being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Most incidents of civil unrest are related to labor disputes or social and political issues.

From avoiding large crowds and maintaining a low profile to pre-planning your routes, modes and times of travel, this informative article from our partners at WorldAware is full of recommendations that will help you to minimize your vulnerability in many dangerous situations. Read it here. 

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