Racial Inclusion Working Group

Delegates talk at Riverbank 2022
The Racial Inclusion Working Group exists to help The Salvation Army celebrate and embrace ethnic and cultural diversity amongst our members, volunteers, employees, service users and officers.

We are committed to inclusion because people of all racial, ethnic and cultural groups should be welcomed, valued, respected and treated with dignity – racism in all its forms is contrary to God’s nature and will.

The group includes representatives from all areas of The Salvation Army and people from diverse ethnic backgrounds

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The front page of the 'Loving others' leaflet

Loving others

A theological reflection on racial, ethnic and cultural justice, equity, inclusion, hospitality and welcome.


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Racial Inclusion Working Group: ‘There is still much to be done’

The Racial Inclusion Working Group concludes its work and introduces the territory’s Intercultural Mission Officers.

12 Sep 2023

A mission of inclusion: Get involved

Ivan Radford outlines new initiatives introduced by the territory’s Racial Inclusion Working Group.

19 Aug 2022


The Salvation Army's International Positional Statement on Racism.

Christian ethics | Inclusion

Intercultural Welcome Resources

A collection of posters and flyers translated in a number of languages that can be used in your corps or centre.

Community engagement

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