Salvation Army Anti-Human Trafficking Response Shared with UN Special Rapporteur
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
01 November 2018
The Salvation Army’s International Social Justice Commission recently welcomed the UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons to its building
The Salvation Army Shares Human Trafficking Challenges with European Parliament
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
19 October 2018
To mark the European Day Against Trafficking, The Salvation Army attended the European Parliament to present examples of its anti-trafficking work
Prime Minister Theresa May visits innovative Salvation Army modern slavery project in Nigeria
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
30 August 2018
Theresa May visited The Salvation Army in Lagos, Nigeria, to learn more about one of its programmes designed to combat modern slavery
Salvation Army tackles risk of human trafficking as thousands flee Venezuela
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
24 August 2018
The Salvation Army is responding to needs in border regions, with a focus on education – to help prevent refugees fall victim to traffickers
Salvation Army World Cup Campaign in Russia Includes Men's Camp Addressing Attitudes to Women
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
14 June 2018
The camp provided an opportunity to learn together and discuss what it is to be Christian men in the 21st century.
Salvation Army Team Takes to the Sea to Raise Money for Slavery Victims
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
08 June 2018
A team of Salvationists from the UK is taking part in the Round the Island yacht race to raise money for anti-trafficking work
News Feature: Salvation Army Anti-human Trafficking Ministry Gets Royal Approval in Poland
Originally Published On: The Salvation Army International
21 July 2017
A representative of The Salvation Army's anti-human trafficking team met with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge