Please consider using these Resources for your Faith Community.

The resources below provide a range of tools which can be used by faith-based communities to highlight the need to counter modern day slavery through prayer, fasting and social action. They are free to download and use for your congregations. We encourage you to use them year-round but especially to observe the annual Weekend of Prayer against Sex Trafficking (on the last weekend of September).

For resources which address the position held by diverse faiths on combating human trafficking please visit Free The Slaves' web page on "Faith in Action Ending Slavery". Free downloads are available for Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Baha'i.

ACES & RESILIENCE

Primary Prevention of Human Trafficking requires the use of a multi-disciplinary approach across all of society.

This will include the early identification of the effects of childhood trauma, and the development of resilience in vulnerable persons.

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

Email: info@curbtrafficking.org
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