A harmonized approach to performance tracking allows Federation-wide aggrega- tion and communication of results from the National Societies. For the first time in its history, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red...Read More
What does it mean to give 100 per cent? Giving it your all, putting in everything you have, not leaving a drop to chance?Read More
The present policy on migration expands the scope of, and replaces the Federation policy on refugees
and other displaced people. It builds on, and complements those resolutions of the Red Cross and Red
Crescent Movement that relate to action in favour of refugees and internally displaced persons.
Special Olympics and the IFRC join forces to fight for rights of people with intellectual disabilities
At a special ceremony today at the headquarters of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in Geneva, Switzerland, Dr. Timothy P. Shriver, Chairman and CEO of Special Olympics, and Bekele Geleta, Secretary General of the IFRC, pledged to work together to advance the rights and dignity of people with intellectual disabilities and to integrate this marginalized population into the larger global development agenda.Read More
Beneficiary communication – the process of providing information and listening to those in need of assistance – is a vital tool in any humanitarian response.Read More