IFRC


2009

7 December 2009
Humanitarian impacts of climate change
Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Observer statement at the Opening Day of the 15th Conference of Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP15), in Copenhagen
7 December 2009
Coordination of Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Assistance
Speech by Marwan Jilani, Permanent Observer of the IFRC to the United Nations, in the United Nations General Assembly, in New York
4 December 2009
Mine-Free World - A shared commitment
Speech by Dr Fernando José Cárdenas Guerrero, IFRC Representative and President of the Colombian Red Cross Society in the High Level Segment of the Cartagena Summit on a Mine-Free World, in Cartagena, Colombia
20 November 2009
Road Safety - Role of the Health Sector
Statement by Dr Vadim Kadyrbaev, vice-president of the Kazakhstan Red Crescent, represented the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) at the First Global Ministerial Conference on Road Safety, held in Moscow.
3 November 2009
Risk reduction for sustainable development
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies is pleased to contribute to the debate on sustainable development.
3 November 2009
IFRC: Humanitarian response to migration
Statement by Anne Christensen, Humanitarian Diplomacy Delegate in the IFRC Permanent Observer Mission to the United Nations, in the Third Committee of the United Nations, in New York
30 October 2009
IDRL: Protection of persons in the event of disasters
Statement by Marwan Jilani, Permanent Observer of the IFRC to the Sixth Committee of the United Nations, in the UN General Assembly, in New York
29 October 2009
IFRC and Humanitarian Diplomacy
Address by Bekele Geleta, Secretary General, at the Moscow Diplomatic Academy, in Moscow
29 October 2009
Assistance in mine action
Statement by Michael Schulz, Deputy Permanent Observer of the IFRC to Fourth Committee of the United Nations, in the UN General Assembly, in New York
21 October 2009
International Humanitarian Law - National Societies and Parliaments
Statement by Robert Tickner, IFRC Representative and CEO of the Australian Red Cross, in the IHL panel event during the 121st Inter-Parliamentary Union Assembly, in Geneva
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