Navigating the muddy paths and hills of the Kutupalong settlement is a daily activity for 25 year old Bangladesh Red Crescent volunteer, Tamjid Hossen Naim. He and a group of two dozen other youth volunteers provide psychosocial support to newly arriving People from Rakhine State in northern Myanmar.
The Rights of Migrants in Action project, co-funded by the European Union and the IFRC, is a global initiative aimed at promoting and protecting the rights of migrants in targeted countries, migration corridors and regions, through coordinated civil society action.
This poster provides information on a Red Cross hotline with the relevant telephone numbers, opening hours, available languages and more.
This illustration provides information on how to remain healthy and hydrated during the summer with cartoon characters Laila and Amar. This can also be printed as a poster or flyer.
This illustration provides information on how to keep warm and healthy during a freezing winter with cartoon characters Laila and Amar. This can also be printed as a poster or flyer.
Sharif is one of millions of refugees who flee their homeland searching for safety and a brighter future. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies is shining a light on the people behind the statistics, to share the stories and experiences of people, who are more than the label migrant or refugee has come to mean.
In this film young people are trying to read out Norwegian words.
Following the economic downturn of 2008, many National Societies across Europe and Central Asia have tailored their programmes and activities to address the needs of the newly emerged vulnerable groups.
Poster highlighting the social commitments contained in the Florence Call for Action.
Two page flyer highlighting the commitments around migration in the Florence Call for Action.