Report – Salvation Army Launches the Dignity Project to Educate, Activate Public Support

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The Salvation Army believes that human dignity is a fundamental right for all. The Salvation Army has now launched The Dignity Project, seeking to engage Canadians about the reality of poverty in the 21st century.

With this in mind, The Salvation Army has also released a report (embedded below) that finds many Canadians continue to believe persistent myths about poverty and the poor. The study, based on research conducted by Angus Reid Public Opinion, is designed to educate and inform the public about the challenges facing society’s most vulnerable people.

 

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