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David's ongoing journey to finding freedom

David's ongoing journey to finding freedom

15 January 2018

David’s world turned upside down following an act of domestic violence in his family home almost 20 years ago. He went from being a happy Social Psychology student, to suddenly facing months of intensive therapy after acquiring a brain injury,...

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World Social Work Day

World Social Work Day

21 March 2017

Today is World Social Work Day, a day to recognise and celebrate the unique and significant contribu...

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Walking to end slavery

Walking to end slavery

1 December 2016

This February I am undertaking a Project Futures three-day walk along the Great Ocean Road in Victor...

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Breaking the chains of slavery

Breaking the chains of slavery

29 July 2016

Approximately 4300 people in Australia are said to live in modern slavery, and 45.8 million worldwid...

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Kristy finds freedom from a lifetime of violence

Kristy finds freedom from a lifetime of violence

5 April 2016

Kristy suffered a lifetime of domestic violence. First at the hands of her father, then to a violen...

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Salvos join forces in fight against slavery

Salvos join forces in fight against slavery

9 December 2015

Despite being outlawed nearly 150 years ago, slavery still affects millions of people in countries a...

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Faiths unite to end modern-day slavery

Faiths unite to end modern-day slavery

4 December 2015

Australia's two Salvation Army territorial commanders joined with various Christian leaders at Parli...

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