Here are some other websites relating to The Salvation Army's involvement in issues of social justice, including its fight against human trafficking. If you wish to suggest a link, please contact us using the contact form on this website.

Use by 2015   Use by: 2015 is a scrapbook of great ideas for halving poverty. it is inspired by Micah 6:8 "What does the Lord require of you? To act justly, to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God."

This annual scrapbook will help us join with millions from around the world in pursuing freedom for our neighbours over the next four years.
Sally Ann
  Sally Ann is The Salvation Army's initiative for trade that promotes hope, using sustainable trading activities to generate opportunities for disadvantaged people in developing countries.
Hope for Life
  Hope for Life is an initiative of The Salvation Army in Australia, and provides resources and training materials about suicide prevention and bereavement support.
  The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory's website. Also, for opinions, visit the JustSalvos blog for opinions and the latest news.
  The Canada and Bermuda Territory's website has pages on human trafficking for sexual purposes. also has a section on human trafficking, including videos.
US National Website
  The Salvation Army USA National website is the primary resource for Salvationists in the United States.
UK anti-human trafficking
  The Salvation Army's United Kingdom Territory with the Republic of Ireland website has information about the Army's work opposing human trafficking in Great Britain and Ireland as well as trans-nationally.
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Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit (New Zealand)

Social justice resources from the New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory


International Headquarters

The Salvation Army's international web site has a section on opposing and preventing global sexual trafficking.

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Speak Out Online Conference

This joint venture between The Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission and The Salvation Army Ethics Centre of the Canada and Bermuda Territory gave participants from around the world biblical, theoretical and practical exposure to the topic of advocacy within a social justice framework.

Speak Out

Ecumenical women  

Ecumenical Women is an international coalition of church denominations and ecumenical organizations which have status with the Economic & Social Council (ECOSOC) at the United Nations. These bodies share and are committed to a common mission and vision.

Ecumenical Women