Innovation Stories

The Red Cross and Red Crescent has a unique history of innovation. We showcase the stories of National Societies that work on global issues and are continually exploring new solutions, technologies, and partners that help them prepare better for current and future challenges.

Mastering Skills Using Alien Technology?

The aliens have invaded Europe and youth is last hope! Youth will kick the aliens out while developing personal skills through exciting missions. EuropAlien is a cooperative strategy game created in the context of Play4Change project and supported by Erasmus+ Youth in...

IFRC 2017, An Innovation Story

  1.   Thriving in a complex world The level of change unfolding in the world today is extraordinary. It is widely recognized that current humanitarian systems and processes are already stretched beyond capacity and will likely face additional stress in the years...

Multimedia Stories

We invited external experts in relevant topics to discuss trends and emerging issues that are affecting the humanitarian sector. Scroll down and read our latest visualizations.

TRENDS AND EMERGING ISSUES

Growing Middle Class and Increasing Inequality

TRENDS AND EMERGING ISSUES

Rise of Populism

TRENDS AND EMERGING ISSUES

Localisation and the resurgence of sovereignty

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Red Cross making volcano cat bond progress

This story was originally published by Luke Gallin on www.artemis.bm The Danish Red Cross and International Federation of Red Cross and Crescent Societies are making progress with their first ever catastrophe bond transaction, revealing a tiered trigger structure...

Mastering Skills Using Alien Technology?

The aliens have invaded Europe and youth is last hope! Youth will kick the aliens out while developing personal skills through exciting missions. EuropAlien is a cooperative strategy game created in the context of Play4Change project and supported by Erasmus+ Youth in...

Act to Adapt: A Game on Climate Issues

A story from the Red Cross Red Crescent Climate Centre Climate change is happening, and impacts are projected to increase severely in the future.  Children and youth can be relevant agents of change in raising awareness.  However, there is a need for recognition and...

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