HUMAN trafficking is a worldwide, ever-growing criminal activity and one of the most aggressive and inhumane methods of exploitation.

The Salvation Army’s anti-trafficking work takes place on an international scale, using its connections across more than 125 countries. We have been protecting and caring for vulnerable victims of trafficking since The Salvation Army’s early beginnings in the 1880s.

Read the Modern Slavery Act 2015 compliance statement for The Salvation Army International Trustee Company here.

More information about our anti-human trafficking work, including prayer resources, Bible studies and posters created for The Salvation Army's International Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking (Sunday 25 September 2016) can be found here.



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