It’s easy to forget the people you don’t see in the media, and this includes over a million people still living in camps in Bangladesh after fleeing violence in the state of Rakhine, Myanmar. Behind these faces are stories waiting to be told and people we can’t forget.
At least 4,000 people remain homeless nearly a week after a devastating 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Albania. The earthquake, which struck on 26 November, killed 51 people and directly affected 100,000 people, according to the Albanian Red Cross.
Panama/Geneva/Bahamas, 2 December 2019 – Three months after communities across the Bahamas were devastated by Hurricane Dorian, the Red Cross has supported more than 9,000 families by providing emergency relief, psychosocial support, and financial assi …
Goma/Kinshasa/Nairobi/Geneva, 28 November 2019 – Several violent attacks in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) have killed, wounded and displaced many. Those killed included four Ebola responders. The President of DR Congo Red Cross, Grégoire …
This project aims to create routes in which people with lived experience can have an impact at different levels – services, strategy and policy, and broader society. Built on principles of co-production and participation this project brings together four diverse countries along the European migration routes– Latvia, Italy, the UK/Wales, and Ireland.
Research for this report was carried out in July 2019 to capture best practices and highlight key policy and advocacy opportunities to support refugees and asylum seekers, host countries and host communities.
Capitalising on the global popularity of football, the Italian Red Cross are using the sport as a vehicle to support the integration of asylum seekers and refugees.
Taking their project aim of “amplifying the voices of asylum seekers and refugees” as literally as they could, the Italian Red Cross is doing exactly that with a new web radio show.