The International Social Justice Commission, part of The Salvation Army’s International Headquarters, based in New York City researches and develops expertise on relevant global issues in light of their Christian faith. They share this information as widely as possible by publishing books, developing online resources, teaching and speaking at conferences. They also coordinate The Salvation Army’s international response against human trafficking.
Faith Affiliation: Inspired by the principles of Christianity
Statement on Faith: The Salvation Army seeks to “act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8).
Mission: Speak-Raise strategic voices to advocate with the world’s poor and oppressed.
Think-Be a recognized center of research and critical thinking on issues of global social justice.
Partner-Collaborate with like-minded organizations to advance the global cause of social justice.
Lead-Exercise leadership in determining social justice policies and practices of The Salvation Army.
Live-Live the principles of justice and compassion and inspire others to do likewise.
Vision: The International Social Justice Commission of the Salvation Army seeks to deepen their spiritual life, unite people in prayer, identify and develop leaders, and have an increase in self-support and self-denial.
Key Facts: With the help of multiple employees and volunteers, The International Social Justice Commission is able to aid 127 countries.
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