IFRC


2013

21 November 2013
Red Cross Red Crescent Statutory Meetings Closing Statement
As the 2013 Statutory Meetings draw to close, we should be pleased with the progress made but also reflective on what still needs to be done.
13 November 2013
Realising our potential and increasing our relevance: Functioning effectively as the IFRC
During the IFRC General Assembly 2013, Secretary General Bekele Geleta presented his report on "Realising our potential and increasing our relevance: Functioning effectively as the IFRC."
12 November 2013
Opening of the 19th General Assembly by the President of the IFRC
It is now a great honour for me to declare the nineteenth session of the General Assembly open, and extend to you a hearty welcome to this Convention Centre on the shores of Sydney’s magnificent Darling Harbour.
12 November 2013
IFRC Secretary General Report to the General Assembly 2013
On 12 November 2013, Secretary General Bekele Geleta presented his oral report to the 19th IFRC General Assembly in Sydney, Australia.
12 November 2013
Joint Opening General Assembly and Council of Delegates, Sydney
President Konoé delivered a warm welcome at the joint opening of the 2013 IFRC General Assembly and the Council of Delegates.
11 November 2013
Disruption and Displacement
IFRC President Tadateru Konoé delivered a speech on the topic of "Disruption and displacement" at the Humanitarian Forum that preceded the 2013 Statutory Meetings.
11 November 2013
The changing face of humanitarian action
Speaking on "Conflict, Disruption and Displacement -The changing face of humanitarian action," IFRC Secretary General Bekele Geleta addressed the Humanitarian Forum that preceded the 2013 Red Cross Red Crescent Statutory Meetings in Sydney, Australia.
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