IFRC


2012

7 February 2013
The Voice of Women in Silent Crises - Asturias Award Roundtable
Presentation by Mette Buchholz, Gender Adviser, IFRC Principles and Values Department, 24 October 2012
11 December 2012
The IFRC partnership to address the needs of vulnerable migrants
Statement made by Sue Le Mesurier, Manager Migration Unit, On behalf of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
10 December 2012
High-level Segment of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (CoP 18)
Speech delivered by Dr. Mohammed bin Ghanem Al-Ali Al-Maadheed, vice President of IFRC and President of the Qatar Red Crescent Society in Doha for COP 18
4 December 2012
Supporting mine victims, preventing harm and suffering
Statement by Dr. Yaseen Ahmed Abbas Almamori President of the Iraqi Red Crescent Society, on behalf of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
30 November 2012
WDR Launch Bangkok - People on the move the complexity of forced migration in today's world
Statement by y Sue Le Mesurier, Manager of the IFRC Migration Unit, at Asia Pacific Migration Workshop
21 November 2012
What solutions for individual migrants stranded in transit and destination countries?
Statement delivered by Sue Le Mesurier, Manager Migration Unit, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies during the Global Forum for Migration and Development
20 November 2012
Protecting Migrants in Dire Humanitarian Situations
Statement delivered by Sue Le Mesurier, Manager Migration Unit, IFRC at the GFMD Civil Society Days 2012.
20 November 2012
People on the move: the complexity of forced migration in today's world
Statement delivered by Sue Le Mesurier, Manager Migration Unit, Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) Civil Society Days 2012 - WDR Side Event
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