The current negotiations on the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration present a rare opportunity to develop a new global approach to migration that is more effective and humane. It is an opportunity that cannot be missed. Migration has …
While there is room for disagreement about migration policy, the humanitarian imperative means that we must never needlessly sacrifice the survival and dignity of any vulnerable people, including migrants.
This guide is designed to support European Red Cross National Societies services to respond to trafficking of human beings. Building on and complementing the Migration Policy of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the document provides additional guidance to assist and protect trafficked persons.
The aim of this policy is to ensure that the IFRC takes every necessary step to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse by IFRC Personnel and to respond adequately to those incidents it cannot prevent. Ensuring the well-being of the survivor and accountability and integrity of our engagement with members of local communities is inherent to this aim. Ensuring fair treatment of personnel accused of SEA in accordance with the IFRC Internal Rules is inherent to this policy.
The guide provides an overview of the approach together with guidance and tools for designing and implementing feedback cycles that bring continuous and real-time data flows into day-to-day decision-making. This contributes to better and more accountable programming and helps establish structures where people’s opinions are listened to and acted on, especially when making decisions that directly affect them.
The current Ebola outbreak is happening in three health zones in Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Equateur Province: Wangata, Bikoro, and Iboko. This revised Emergency Appeal will support 400,000 of the most vulnerable people in these areas for six m …
Synthesis Report of Lessons Learned in Benin, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Guatemala, and Indonesia.
The Mauritanian Red Crescent Society and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) are appealing for resources to bring food security, nutrition and livelihoods support to 17,400 people affected by Mauritania’s worsening food insecurity crisis – the worst in five years.