Joining the dots – global and local justice-seeking

Guest post by Lt-Col Dean Pallant

isjcThe International Social Justice Commission was established by The Salvation Army in 2007 and mandated to assist The Salvation Army address “social injustice in a systemic, measured, proactive and Christian manner”.  Much progress has been made in developing foundational resources, (books, positional statements, etc) and strengthening relationships with major global organisations such as the World Bank and the United Nations. However, the ISJC has also always emphasised the importance of people seeking after justice in their locality. The small ISJC team based in New York, Geneva and Nairobi is determined to support corps and social centres to seek justice in the local community and not just address the macro international problems. Continue reading “Joining the dots – global and local justice-seeking”

Marching towards justice – a new report from the Centre for Theology & Community

Screen Shot 2015-06-20 at 23.17.58 We’re excited to see the proofs for the new report from the Centre for Theology & Community Marching Towards Justice: Community Organising and The Salvation Army.  We’re also looking forward to the launch on July 3rd!