Theme: Population movement
Budapest/Geneva, 24 October 2019 – A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding at a makeshift migrant camp on the outskirts of Bihac in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is warning today. Th …
Making up the world’s largest humanitarian network, Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies have been at the forefront of supporting people affected by recent increases in migration into the EU. We provide immediate, life-saving assistance to vulnerable p …
By Agnese Trofimova, Latvian Red Cross Latvian Red Cross, in cooperation with the UN Refugee Agency`s Regional Representation for Northern Europe (UNHCR), has organized 5 regional trainings with the title “Work for the integration of refugees and immig …
For people who are seeking asylum in the UK, Life Skills courses are designed and delivered by peer educators who have themselves experienced the asylum process, as well as the ups-and-downs of adjusting to life in a new country.
In August 2017, violence in Rakhine, Myanmar, resulted in over 700,000 people fleeing to Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh. Two years on, families continue to live in makeshift shelters in crowded camps.
Tens of thousands of people who fled violence in Rakhine to camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh are living their lives in cramped tents and shelters, in conditions that fall well below international standards.
The VOICES Network, supported by the British Red Cross, is a nationwide association of people with refugee backgrounds providing a platform on which to share the challenges they face, and raise those issues to decision makers.
Kızılay Community Centre in Şanlıurfa brought refugee children with hearing impairments together with students of the School for Impaired Children in a four-week social cohesion workshop carried out between March-April 2019.
Luimer undertook his journey full of dreams and expectations with the conviction that he would have new opportunities to reemerge in a country he did not completely know.