This infographic provides you with some key tips to better engage with people during emergencies.
This infographic provides you with tips on how to be social media ready to better engage with people affected by crises.
This inforgaphic provides you with tips on building trust and proximity with people affected by crises online.
This infographic provides you with a few tips on producing useful and effective content on social media for people affected by crises.
Italian Red Cross and Encyclopaedia Treccani launched a campaign to promote humanitarian values through the Italian language. With five definitions – Reception, Migration, Asylum, Dialogue, Humanity – the campaign highlights concepts that are often misinterpreted, and therefore can lead to fear, misunderstanding and disorientation.
The guide aims to enhance knowledge and capacity of the volunteers regarding communication with community in implementing disaster emergency response and recovery activities.
The excited chatter from the waiting crowd quiets down the moment the brightly-dressed performers take the stage. The subject of the play is nothing poetic or Shakespearian, but the audience is eager, understanding the gravity of the messages to be conveyed in the performance. The play will be about preparing for floods and landslides.
An aviator nurse from the Second World War, a rescue team looking for earthquake survivors and cancer screening in Chernobyl are just some examples of rare photos on show in Moscow this month.
The Mexican Red Cross, in partnership with UNICEF, is using a new, innovative social monitoring tool designed to increase community participation and address issues that are important to them.
After a journey of almost ten years, a major milestone was reached on May 8th, World Red Cross Day, as the Bhutan Red Cross Society was formally inaugurated by Queen Jetsun Pema of Bhutan.