IFRC

2015

20 June 2015

Refugees are human beings, entitled to the same protection, services and rights as anyone else

Today, on World Refugee Day, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) calls on individuals, communities, institutions and authorities to remember that migrants are human beings.
It is vital to retain our focus on the global migration crisis
12 May 2015

It is vital to retain our focus on the global migration crisis

The world needs to recognize that the plight of migrants constitutes a real humanitarian emergency.
Ebola started in silence; it will end loud with our words
26 March 2015

Ebola started in silence; it will end loud with our words

A year ago today, the World Health Organization (WHO) publicly confirmed the mysterious disease that had earlier swept through the tiny village of Meliandou, in Guinea’s southern forested region, had been identified as a “rapidly evolving outbreak” of Ebo

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