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The Chapel for Europe

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On the EU Anti-Trafficking Day The Salvation Army EU Affairs Office invites you to the launch of its

2016 European Report 'Mapping the Anti-human Trafficking Work of The Salvation Army across Europe'

Join the EU Affairs Office for an insight into the anti-human trafficking work of The Salvation Army across Europe. A short presentation and video by a member of the European Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force will be followed by a discussion and networking reception.

Throughout Europe The Salvation Army has established National Task Forces and appointed National Contact Persons committed to

  • Prevent trafficking: trough advocacy, education, training and poverty alleviation
  • Protect survivors of trafficking: offering practical help and support to survivors
  • Reintegrate survivors of trafficking: helping survivors to rebuild their lives in their community and to assist them in finding economic alternatives to provide for their livelihood.

‘The Salvation Army with its international ministry to the poor and oppressed is placed in unique position to reach out to the survivors of trafficking; to fight the great evil of exploitation and gross violation of human rights and to restore human dignity for all’. Jeroen Hoogteijling, Chair of European Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force

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