The Salvation Army URL has changed to salvationarmy.org.au

Find out more
You are here: HomeGet InvolvedAdvocacy › Recent Advocacy From The Salvation Army

Recent advocacy from The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army regularly produces submissions, reports, factsheets and videos to help us further our advocacy efforts. The Salvos also launch campaigns highlighting the biggest social issues Australia is facing in hopes of making progress on these issues and raise awareness around it.

Campaigns

Elimination of Violence against Women 2020

Violence against women is preventable. It is not always physical or visible, but all forms of violence and abuse are harmful. For many women and children in Australia, it means they do not feel safe in their homes.

Together with the community, The Salvation Army is committed to speaking out against violence against women and is advocating for change.
Find out how you can speak out against violence against women.

The Salvation Army is committed to helping people experiencing injustice, disadvantage and hardship.

Our advocacy pages provide more information about the issues we are advocating for to help eliminate violence against women.
Find out how you can be involved.

Anti-Poverty Week 2020

Disaster doesn't discriminate, and The Salvation Army believes opportunity shouldn't either. Sudden job losses, unexpected health crises or a natural disaster can strike at any time and we believe that opportunity, recovery and hope for the future should be available to anyone. The Salvation Army is committed to helping people who are facing poverty overcome their financial stress and find hope for the future. See our campaign page to see what we can do together.
Learn more about Anti-Poverty Week

Our services continue to provide assistance to all walks of life and it is increasingly accessed by people in vulnerable situations. To learn more about this, you can read the report prepared by our research team on disasters in 2020 and how it impacted people.
Download PDF report

Homelessness Week 2020

Sleeping rough might mean sleeping on the street, in a park or in an abandoned building. Rough sleepers are particularly vulnerable to physical harm, sickness, and poorer physical and mental health. Australia has the resources to eliminate rough sleeping altogether – we just need to work together to make it happen.

Find out what each of us can do and join The Salvation Army in our efforts to end rough sleeping.

Reports

Submissions

The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters throughout Australia. We pay our respect to Elders and acknowledge their continuing relationship to this land and the ongoing living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia.

The Salvation Army is a child safe organisation that is committed to ensuring the wellbeing of children and young people, and protecting them from harm.

salvationarmy.org.au

13 SALVOS (13 72 58)

Gifts of $2 or more to the social work of The Salvation Army in Australia are tax deductible.Details and ABNs

Hope where it's needed most

Top