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Inheriting Crisis

From Greece to Canada, Major Rachele Lamont combats human trafficking with new appointment.

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Major Rachele Lamont spent four years as the co-ordinator for anti-human trafficking in Greece. Now, she’s bringing her expertise to the Canada and Bermuda Territory, hoping to incorporate a response to human trafficking at every level of The Salvation Army.

From Surviving to Thriving

New Salvation Army barista program helps move women beyond human trafficking.

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Human-trafficking survivors may find it difficult to get back into mainstream society due to their lack of day-to-day living skills and the need for employment training. The Salvation Army in Canada is helping to meet those needs by providing safe housing, counselling and job training.

Never Knuckle Under

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher R.A. Dickey has always overcome obstacles on and off the mound. Now he's trying to strike out human trafficking.

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Toronto Blue Jays pitcher R.A. Dickey has always overcome obstacles on and off the mound. Now he's trying to strike out human trafficking.

Salvation Army in Sydney, Australia, Provides Safe Place for Trafficked Women

General Linda Bond has called The Salvation Army to pray for victims of sex trade trafficking on Sunday, September 25, but the Army has long been tackling this issue

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General Linda Bond has called The Salvation Army to pray for victims of sex trade trafficking on Sunday, September 25, but the Army has long been tackling this issue

Salvation Army World Cup Campaign

While world audiences focus on a black-and-white football (soccer ball) in the FIFA World Cup, The Salvation Army in South Africa is handing out red cards against human trafficking

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While world audiences focus on a black-and-white football (soccer ball) in the FIFA World Cup, The Salvation Army in South Africa is handing out red cards against human trafficking