IFRC

2011

15 December 2011
Strengthening international humanitarian law (IHL) and humanitarian action to improve the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance
Statement by Mr Marwan Jilani, Head of Delegation, Permanent Observer of IFRC to the United Nations, at the Sixty-sixth session of the UN General Assembly Plenary, in New York
13 December 2011
How the Red Cross and Red Crescent is changing the dialogue on migration
Statement by Sue Le Mesurier, Senior Policy Officer, Migration, at the 4th Global Forum of the Alliance of Civilization entitled “New Strategies for Intercultural Dialogue, Understanding and Cooperation”, in Doha, Qatar
9 December 2011
We must transform global commitment into local actions
Statement by Bekele Geleta to The United Nations Climate Change Conference
7 December 2011
Migration: Ensuring access, dignity, respect for diversity and social inclusion
Statement by Sue Le Mesurier, Senior Policy Officer, Migration, on behalf of the IFRC, at the 100th Session of the IOM Council, in Geneva.
5 December 2011
Commemorating the Tenth anniversary of the International Year of Volunteers at the UN General Assembly
Statement by Mr Marwan Jilani, IFRC delegation to the United States, at the Meetings Devoted to the Follow-Up to the International Year of Volunteers and the Commemoration of Its Tenth Anniversary, Plenary Session of the UN General Assembly, in New York
1 December 2011
What does “Busan” mean for Red Cross Red Crescent, its volunteers and people in communities?
Statement by Dr Mukesh Kapila, Under Secretary General for National Society and Knowledge Development, on behalf of the IFRC, at the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, Final Plenary “A New Consensus on Aid and Development”, in Busan, Korea.
30 November 2011
Building Disaster Resilience for Aid Effectiveness
Statement by Mr Yoo Chong-Ha, former President of the Korean Red Cross and former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Republic of Korea, on behalf of the IFRC, at the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, in Busan, Republic of Korea
29 November 2011
Barriers to access: similarities and differences between situations of armed conflict and disaster response
Statement by Dr Jaslin Salmon, Vice-President, IFRC, at the 31st International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, Provisional Agenda Item 5.4 (Commission E): “International Humanitarian Law and Humanitarian Access and Assistance”, in Geneva
29 November 2011
Violence against Red Cross Red Crescent volunteers, staff, health workers and facilities poses a considerable public health problem
Statement by Dr Jaslin Salmon, Vice-President, IFRC, at the 31st International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, in Geneva
29 November 2011
Migration: bridging the gap between civil law and moral law through consideration of the humanitarian perspective
Statement by Professor Mattei, on behalf of the IFRC delegation, at the 31st International Conference’s Migration Commission, in Geneva.
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