Bangladeshi migrant workers displaced by the conflict in Libya at the Choucha transit camp in Tunisia. Victor Lacken / IFRC. p-TUN0201.jpg
Treguine Refugee Camp, Chad, November 2006. There are 11 water tanks in the camp (and 13000 refugees). The water is regularly tested and checked for bacteria and iron content. Daniel Cima/IFRC. p-TCD0232.jpg.
The Tunisian Red Crescent has been providing food to people fleeing the violence since the crisis began on 20 February. Here a group of Bangladeshi men sit eating their lunch provided by the Tunisian Red Crescent.Katherine Bundra Roux /IFRC. p-TUN0188.jpg
Action to ensure humanitarian access for and to migrants
Action to assist migrants in return
Migration policy brief
Health Inequities, Migration and AccessProvides an overview of current issues around migrants' access to health services and initiatives to address them.
Global perspectives: Examples of current National Society InitiativesProvides an overview of current regional, national and local initiatives from National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around migration issues.
"Looking at Life from a different side": How the Red Cross and Red Crescent is changing the dialogue on migrationUnderlines issues around xenophobia, stigmatisation of migrants and why social iclusion is so important. It also provides an overview of RCRC National Societies activities to change the dialogue on migration.
Migrants Smuggled at sea. Ensuring their dignity and safety: an IFRC perspectiveProvides an overview of the IFRC's position and approach to ensuring the dignity and safety of migrants being smuggled at sea. Examples of National Societies' activities on behalf of migrants smuggled at sea are also highlighted.
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) is the world's largest humanitarian organization, with 190 member National Societies. As part of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, our work is guided by seven fundamental principles; humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. About this site & copyright