GENERAL RESOURCES.

To help increase your understanding of human trafficking, CURB is pleased to share these video resources.

HUMAN TRAFFICKING 101​.

This video outlines what is human trafficking in a clear, easy to understand format.

The video is broken up into 4 sections:-

1. Outlining the problem,

2. The criminal element,

3. Addressing the exploitation, and ​

4. Understanding the post exploitation process.

The video explains the process of how and why a person can become a victim of human trafficking.

FORMER PIMP EXPLAINS STRATEGY.

Hear the testimony of a former pimp, explaining how he was able to enslave women and girls in the sex trade for his own profit.


WARNING:- Contains frank testimony of experiences which may be offensive to some persons.

THE VOICES OF SEX TRADE SURVIVORS.

A former prostituted woman speaks of her experiences in the sex trade and how she was able to exit and start a new life as an advocate against human trafficking.

WARNING:- Contains frank testimony of their experiences which may be offensive to some persons.

WHAT'S UP?

Trinidad and Tobago reportedly has a high saturation rate of smartphone users. We have made it possible for them to help combat human trafficking by offering the "Trafficking In Trinbago" app. 

 

Get the FREE flagship App on iTunes or in the Google Play Store! Other devices can use the HTML5 version of the App. See a review of Trafficking in Trinbago App on YouTube

CAMPAIGNS

A campaign to empower men and boys to end the demand for commercial sex and all forms of violence against women and girls

 

Please continue to pray regularly against Human Trafficking using our faith based resources.

CONTACT  US

P.O. Box 4945,

Tunapuna,

Trinidad and Tobago

Tel: (868) 316-0753
www.facebook.com/curb.trafficking

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