The Secretary-General began by screening a short film – see below – on the work of the Canadian Red Cross within the IFRC Field Hospital in the refugee camps of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh – and specifically the testimony of one nurse: her call to donors, …
In a health crisis, the media has the power to save lives. Effective communication can help to prevent or reduce the spread of disease, and guide those affected towards health services and treatment. This manual provides tips for media practitioners on …
IFRC is fully committed to creating safe environments free of harm or threat to the dignity of all our colleagues and everyone we serve. IFRC management was aware of the report and took a number of steps in response to it. An internal review was carrie …
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.
Grab and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) today announced a partnership to raise additional funds for supporting vulnerable communities, including those affected by disasters.
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.