Tag: International News

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Response Strategy Launched Online and Across Social Media Platforms

THROUGHOUT September 2020, The Salvation Army will be officially launching Fight for Freedom, the new International Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking ...

Salvation Army’s Canadian Chaplains Caring Through COVID-19

AS a Christian movement, spiritual care is central to the mission of The Salvation Army. Chaplains can offer a quiet ...

The Salvation Army Partners with Government to Provide New Home for Refugees in Italy

A NEW residential facility has opened in Rome this month, providing permanent accommodation for up to 14 refugees who had ...

New International Positional Statement Calls for an End to the Death Penalty

GENERAL Brian Peddle has approved the publication of a new Salvation Army International Positional Statement (IPS) on the death penalty. ...

Volunteers Making a Difference in Worldwide Salvation Army COVID-19 Response

GLOBALLY, COVID-19 has now claimed more than 655,000 lives according to World Health Organization statistics, with around 16.5 million confirmed ...

Salvation Army in the Solomon Islands Responds to Cyclone and Coronavirus

THE Solomon Islands have yet to record a case of COVID-19, but stringent disease control measures are nonetheless affecting islanders ...

My Coronavirus Story: Patrik Herak (United Kingdom)

God is Bringing Us Together AS the Fresh Expressions Pioneer Leader for The Salvation Army in the seaside town of ...

Founders’ Day Video Features Renewed International Promise to Fight for Justice and Equality

ONE hundred and fifty-five years to the day since William Booth preached in an open-air meeting in east London, making ...

Salvation Army COVID-19 Responses Large and Small Continue Thanks to Strategic Partnerships

AROUND the world, The Salvation Army continues to respond to human needs resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The nature of ...

The Salvation Army Rises to the Challenge of Coronavirus Response in Remote Island Communities

ISLAND communities such as Tonga and Samoa may have escaped the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, their remote location and ...