The Salvation Army Joins United Nations Celebrations as Ten Million-Signature #UpForSchool Petition is Presented
02 October 2015
Salvation Army representatives attend high-level meetings, affirming the movement's role in the worldwide fight against extreme poverty
The General Conducts Installation of Territorial Leaders in South Africa
18 September 2015
The General travelled to Pietermaritzburg to conduct the installation of the Southern Africa Territory's new leaders, Colonels Keith and Yvonne Conrad
‘Go and Tell’ Women’s Rally Inspires Thousands of Women from Across Southern Africa
02 September 2015
3,000 women gathered in Soweto, South Africa, to celebrate, sing, dance and give testimony to God’s goodness
The General Announces Next Chief of the Staff
14 July 2015
Commissioner Brian Peddle to be Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Rosalie Peddle to be World Secretary for Women's Ministries – as of 1 November 2015
International Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Holds First Meeting
13 July 2015
Promoting, encouraging, supporting and coordinating an anti-human trafficking response within The Salvation Army around the world
March Down the Mall Concludes 150th Anniversary Celebrations
05 July 2015
Thousands of Salvationists line The Mall
The General calls Salvationists to a Total Commitment to the Mission as 'Boundless 2015' Concludes
05 July 2015
Boundless 2015 concludes
Congress Communications Connect the World
30 June 2015
Print, web, video, live streaming and social media combine to cover every angle of Boundless - The Whole World Redeeming
The Salvation Army is #UpForSchool
30 April 2015
The Salvation Army has pledged support to one of the biggest petitions ever, demanding that world leaders take action to get every child into school
General André Cox Joins Global Religious and Faith-Based Organisation Leaders in Call for Commitment to End Extreme Poverty by 2030
09 April 2015
The General has joined more than 30 leaders of world religions to launch a call to action to end extreme poverty
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