Refugee Summit Seeks Online Participants
13 December 2017
The Global Interactive Summit on Refugees and Displaced People, 29-30 January 2018, will consider a range of issues, including the latest data and trends
The Salvation Army Hosts Homeless World Cup 2017
24 August 2017
With 500+ players representing more than 50 countries, this will be the biggest and most ambitious Homeless World Cup tournament yet
King of Sweden Visits Salvation Army Centre for Immigrant Women
30 March 2017
The Salvation Army in Sweden hosted a visit by His Majesty King Carl XVI Gustaf to a centre in the Stockholm suburb of Akalla
2017 Year Book shows colour and depth of Salvation Army ministry worldwide
21 February 2017
For the first time, The Salvation Army’s Year Book has been published in full colour, with improved maps and presentation, as print and e-book versions
News Feature: The Salvation Army in France Assisting 'Hundreds of Migrants'
15 November 2016
French authorities have turned to The Salvation Army to provide assistance to refugees seeking to build a new life in Europe
New Report Reveals the Extent of Salvation Army Anti-trafficking Ministry Across Europe
11 November 2016
'Speak Out! Give Hope!' is the title of a new report mapping The Salvation Army’s anti-trafficking work across Europe.
News Feature: Rio 2016 – Cheering on ‘Team Refugees’
01 August 2016
Salvation Army supporting ten top athletes, forced to flee their homes, who are being given a chance to compete at 2016 Olympic Games
The General Encourages Salvationists to Sign Petition to Stand #WithRefugees
20 June 2016
To mark World Refugee Day, General André Cox is encouraging Salvationists and friends around the world to add their names to a UNHCR petition
Salvation Army refugee response in Germany and Norway explored in new film
13 May 2016
IHQ Communications Secretary Major Brad Halse travelled to Germany and Norway with a film crew from the United Kingdom Territory
New Video Describes Challenges of Refugee Response in Greece and Italy
15 April 2016
Last year, nearly a million people came into Europe via the Mediterranean and 97 per cent of those were in Italy and Greece
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