IFRC


2010

15 December 2010
Preparedness paid off in operations in Haiti and Pakistan
Statement by Mr Marwan Jilani, Head of Delegation, Permanent Observer of IFRC to the United Nation, at the United Nations General Assembly, in New York
30 November 2010
Capacity building to encourage local ownership as part of international cooperation and assistance
Statement by Prof. Shyqyri Subashi, President of the Albanian Red Cross, on behalf of the IFRC, at the Anti-personnel Mine Ban Convention, Tenth Meeting of the States Parties, in Geneva
12 November 2010
The Legacy of Hiroshima: a world without nuclear weapons
Address by Mr Tadateru Konoé, President of the IFRC, at the 2010 World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
12 November 2010
No Cluster Munitions: From Vision to Action
Statement by Dr. Snivourast Sramany, President of the Lao Red Cross, on behalf of the IFRC, at the Convention on Cluster Munitions, in Vientiane, Lao People’s Democratic Republic
3 November 2010
To prevent displacement due to natural disasters should be a priority for the humanitarian community
Statement by Ms Anne Christensen of the IFRC Delegation to the United Nations, at the Third Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, in New York
2 November 2010
Disaster risk reduction through community safety and resilience
Statement by Ms Elyse Mosquini of the IFRC Delegation to the United Nations, at the Second Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, in New York
29 October 2010
Comments on the International Law Commission’s draft articles on protecting persons in the event of disasters
Statement by Ms Elyse Mosquini of the IFRC Delegation to the United Nations, at the Sixth Committee of the United Nations General Assembly, in New York
20 October 2010
Smuggled migrants - assistance based on needs
Statement by Dr. Yulia Gusynina, Head a.i. of Humanitarian Affairs and Partnerships Department, in the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its Protocols, in Vienna
18 October 2010
Standing up for human dignity is fundamental to the Red Cross Red Crescent
Statement by Marwan Jilani, Permanent Observer of the IFRC to the United Nations, in the 65th session of the General Assembly, in New York
14 October 2010
Empowering communities the winning formula to beat malaria
Statement by Marwan Jilani, Permanent Observer of the IFRC to the United Nations, in the 65th session of the General Assembly, in New York
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