The World Evangelical Alliance has chosen to name a spokesperson on the issue of Human Trafficking. This has resulted in the instigation of an anti-human trafficking global task force where 600 million WEA members can become informed spokespersons in their own sphere of influence.
The framework for the taskforce builds its action through the principles laid out in the:
It has developed strategic and effective action to both prevent and combat trafficking. The task force has the potential to raise up community leaders of both male and female gender.
The Chair of the task force is a member of the UN's ECOLSOC through The Salvation Army's International Social Justice Commission.
Activities which are presently on the WEA agenda are:
The WEA has established a program entitled Micah Challenge. The mission of Micah Challenge is focused on the MDG's and has global chapters throughout the world. It's international influence in the church has established a unity of purpose with the United Nations. The Micah Challenge campaign is equipped with an international secretariat and board with significant NGO membership.
The WEA holds to a credence of action. It embraces a spiritual worldview of unconditional compassion. Its love of God is intentional in encouraging society to live in communities of capacity and peace.
Com. Christine MacMillan
WEA Senior Advisor for Social Justice