The Caribbean Umbrella Body for Restorative Behaviour (CURB) is the first and only Caribbean network of non-profit associations working to assist and support criminal offenders, ex-offenders, crime survivors and their respective families.
In 2009, CURB partnered with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Ministry of National Security in Trinidad and Tobago to host 2 days of training in understanding and responding to human trafficking for prisons officers, persons in prison ministry and various civil society representatives.
From 2009 to 2010 CURB sat on the Cabinet appointed Task Force to develop a policy document to address human trafficking in Trinidad and Tobago. Since 2011 we have conducted an annual Train the Trainer Workshop on Human Trafficking with support from the Ministry of National Security. The first such event was held as the nation observed the first annual Human Trafficking Awareness Day on March 25, 2011.
In 2013, CURB partnered with the Ministry of National Security and the Ministry of Gender, Youth and Child Development to host a 3-day workshop on ending male demand for commercial sex and violence against women and girls.
In 2014, CURB partnered with the National Library and Information Systems Authority (NALIS) to train their staff to identify and respond to human trafficking, child trafficking and child sexual exploitation.
We are presently using the power of smartphones to inform people about human trafficking in Trinidad and Tobago, Brazil and the wider world.
Look for our "Trafficking In Trinbago" and "Soccer Not Slaves" apps in the Google Play store and our "Trafficking In Trinbago" app on iTunes.