026a3f15-eabd-4952-bde9-18e8afbf2239-2060x1236On the occasion of the EU Anti-Trafficking Day, our member The Salvation Army EU Affairs Office will launch its 2016 European Report ‘Mapping the Anti-human Trafficking Work of The Salvation Army across Europe’.

The event will take place on Tuesday the 18th of October in The Chapel for Europe (Brussels), and will be a right chance for an insight into the anti-human trafficking work of The Salvation Army across Europe. A short presentation and video by the National Chair of the Swedish 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.

 Find out more about the event here (EN).