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French Red Cross

Refugees build communities despite the challenge of living hand-to-mouth

Refugees build communities despite the challenge of living hand-to-mouth

Refugees from Syria and Iraq find community-spirit amid the challenges of camp life in northern France.

Aid convoy arrives in Calais as camp conditions worsen

Aid convoy arrives in Calais as camp conditions worsen

British and French Red Cross volunteers have carried out a joint aid operation to help refugees and migrants in northern France.

French Red Cross responds to Paris terror attacks

French Red Cross responds to Paris terror attacks

Volunteers and staff of the French Red Cross have been on the frontline of rescue efforts to those caught by the series of tragic terror attacks in Paris on Friday, 13 November 2015.

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Contact details

Address:

98, rue Didot
F-75694 Paris Cedex 14

Contact Information:

Tel: (33) (1) 44431100 (24h/24h, 7 days a week)
Fax: (33) (1) 44431101
Email: contact@croix-rouge.fr
Web: http://www.croix-rouge.fr

Language of correspondence: French

People:

  • Président: Prof. Jean-Jacques ELEDJAM
  • 1ère Vice-Présidente: Mme Caroline CROSS
  • 2ème Vice-Présidente: Mme Caroline CUSSAC
  • Directeur de cabinet: M. Frank DELAVAL
  • Directrice de la santé et de l'aide à l'autonomie : Mme Carole DAOUD
  • Directrice de la formation: Mme Maïté ANE
  • Directeur de l'Audit Interne: M. Jean-Michel CHAPLAIN
  • Directeur de l'Urgence et du secourisme: M. Patrice DALLEM
  • Directeur de l'action sociale par intérim: M. Patrice DALLEM (pr intérim)
  • Directrice Général : Madame Annie BURLOT BOURDIL
  • Directrice Financière: Mme Andrée AUBERT
  • Directrice de la Communication et du Développement des Ressources: Mme Sandrine WITESKA
  • Directeur des Ressources Humaines: M. Philippe CAFIERO
  • Directeur des Relations et des Opérations Internationales: M. Antoine PEIGNEY
  • Directeur de l'Engagement et de la vie Associative: M. Jean-Christophe COMBE

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