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Waldar went through a muddy, Bulgarian forest without food or water

Waldar went through a muddy, Bulgarian forest without food or water

There are many routes into Europe. Walder Abbas travelled through dense Bulgarian forest.

Brother’s murder forced father-of-five to flee

Brother’s murder forced father-of-five to flee

An Iraqi father-of-three whose brother was brutally murdered by insurgents has finally found safety in Austria after a harrowing escape to Europe.

Rosie runs a kindergarten for migrant children in Austria

Rosie runs a kindergarten for migrant children in Austria

Rosie, who is volunteering for the Austrian Red Cross, is popular with migrant children whom she teaches German to.

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Contact details

Address:

Wiedner Hauptstrasse 32
Postfach 39
A-1041 Wien

Postal Address:

Postfach 39
A-1041 Wien

Contact Information:

Tel: (43) (1) 589 00-113
Fax: (43) (1) 589 00-199
Telegram: AUSTROREDCROSS WIEN
Email: office@roteskreuz.at
Web: http://www.roteskreuz.at

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Prof. DDr. Gerald SCHÖPFER
  • Vice-President: Dr. Walter ROTHENSTEINER
  • Vice-President: Dr. Gustav TEICHT
  • Vice-President: Dr. Peter AMBROZY
  • Vice-President: Prof. (Ms) Elisabeth STADLER
  • Secretary General: Dr. Werner KERSCHBAUM
  • Deputy Secretary General: Mr Michael OPRIESNIG
  • Co-opted Member of the Managing Board, Federal Commander in Charge : Mr. Gerry FOITIK
  • Chairman Youth Red Cross : Mr Manfred WIRTITSCH
  • Secretary General, Youth Red Cross : Ms Renate HAUSER
  • Head of International Cooperation (Interim) : Mr Walter HAJEK
  • Head, International Relations : Ms Emilie GOLLER
  • Head of Marketing and Communication (Interim) : Mr Gerald CZECH
  • Headof Finances, IT and Organisation: Ms Gabriela LORETH-KURZ
  • FDRS Focal Point : Ms Emilie GOLIER

Latest appeals

25 March 2015
Western Europe: Plane crash
Western Europe - Information Bulletin No. 1
15 November 2000
Train fire
Austria - Information bulletin no.1

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