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The Salvation Army is deeply committed to fighting and responding to modern slavery and human trafficking. We have a theological and historical mandate. We believe prayer is foundational and an essential, powerful tool to fight for freedom and work towards a world free from exploitation.

We invite you to join Salvationists around the world on Sunday 27 September 2020, to corporately cry out for justice and freedom. We want to activate our collective voice to say that we believe a world without modern slavery and human trafficking is possible.

  • Find out more on the website of The Salvation Army's International Social Justice Commission

Latest news

International Volunteer Day: World Leader of The Salvation Army Gives Thanks
05 December 2019
The worldwide leader of The Salvation Army has released a tribute to the many thousands of volunteers who serve others
‘Cheap Prices – High Cost?’ The Salvation Army Launches Europe-wide Anti-Trafficking Campaign
29 July 2019
UK is latest to launch its variation of the campaign, coinciding with a major modern slavery plot line in 'Coronation Street'
‘Restore Broken Dignity’: Salvation Army Called to Prayer and Action against Human Trafficking
13 June 2019
The Day of Prayer has been intentionally planned to engage churches and communities in tangible action against trafficking
Salvation Army Anti-Human Trafficking Response Shared with UN Special Rapporteur
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
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

Pan-European campaign

Joining together across Europe, The Salvation Army has commenced its first pan-continental campaign, in order to raise awareness of – and deter people from being duped into – human trafficking and modern slavery. Around half of the 31 European countries with a Salvation Army presence have so far begun a multi-modal campaign, encouraging consumers to consider whether low prices come at the high cost of human exploitation. In ‘source’ countries, social media activity and poster campaigns are prompting job hunters who may be susceptible to unrealistic offers of work abroad to consider whether the offers are too good to be true.