Working to protect the dignity and safety of migrants at all times.

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National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies engage – individually and together – with the IFRC, to address humanitarian concerns of vulnerable migrants throughout their journey, in countries of origin, transit and destination. They provide assistance and protection, promote rights and dignity, help them identify opportunities, and promote social inclusion.

Our policy and strategy work supports the action of the Movement by setting principles and providing guidance on everyday work with migrants and displaced people. We work with governmental and non-governmental partners, and our work is based on our understanding of migrants’ needs. Guided by our Fundamental Principles, we aim to ensure that the dignity and safety of migrants and displaced people comes first.

Resolutions, policy documents, reports and declarations can be powerful tools in providing such support. They provide a solid base upon which to build our engagement work with our partners and can also inspire our programmes and activities.

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