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European Anti-Human Trafficking Response Launched

Thu, 17 Oct 2013 06:33:19 -0700

Thirty-six delegates from 23 European countries met in Budapest, Hungary, to develop and launch The Salvation Army’s European anti-human trafficking response.

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We don't judge or condemn, we just help.

Family breakdown, unemployment, poverty, homelessness, and drug and alcohol dependency are just some of the reasons why people can lose everything they value, including their dignity.

The Salvation Army has a long history of working with people who are vulnerable and marginalised across the world and offer very practical help, unconditional assistance and support regardless of race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.


 
In the UK and Republic of Ireland 
 
There are more than 800 Salvation Army social service centres and churches (corps).  We run 120 drop-in centres offering support and help for people in need and serve 3,000,000 meals every year at community and residential centres. Every working day, we reunite 10 people with their families through our Family Tracing Service.
 

Our respect for diversity

The Salvation Army is motivated by our Christian faith as part of the universal Christian church; as such we care for all people without discrimination.

We oppose any discrimination, marginalisation or persecution of any person. We find no scriptural support for demeaning or mistreating anyone for any reason.

Anyone who comes to The Salvation Army will receive assistance based solely on their need and our capacity to provide help. 

We employ a large number of people of other faiths, cultures and varying sexual orientation and we respect and value the rich diversity of our staff and the communities in which we serve.

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