Document type: Guidance note
A new report, Humanitarian Protection During Disasters: The Responsibility to Prevent and Respond to Sexual and Gender-Based Violence, found that sexual and gender-based violence increased after disasters in three South-East Asian countries. It details …
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.
Security starts with the individual. In order to achieve maximum security and safety, delegates and staff have to maintain a certain level of security awareness.
The Red Cross Red Crescent has a long tradition of educating communities on disaster risks, increasing safety and resilience through campaigns, informal education, participatory learning and formal school-based interventions.
IFRC has zero tolerance for fraud and is committed to full transparency and accountability to our partners and the communities we stand with. Following investigations into fraud in its Ebola operations, IFRC has significantly strengthened fraud and corruption prevention, detection and investigation in line with industry-best practice in highrisk operations.