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IFRC President visits German Red Cross: “We represent humanity, we represent help.”

IFRC President visits German Red Cross: “We represent humanity, we represent help.”

Mr. Tadateru Konoé, President of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, gained many insights into the scale and complexity of German Red Cross programmes during visits to Berlin and Brandenburg.

IFRC President hails “tripartite cooperation for humanity”

IFRC President hails “tripartite cooperation for humanity”

IFRC President Tadateru Konoé has met with leaders from the German Red Cross and the German Government on the first day of his mission to the country.

German Red Cross sets up temporary shelter after Munich attack

German Red Cross sets up temporary shelter after Munich attack

People affected by the Munich attack are welcomed in temporary shelter by the German Red Cross workers

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Address:

DRK-Generalsekretariat
Carstennstr.58
D - 12205 Berlin

Contact Information:

Tel: (49) (30) 85404-0
Fax: (49) (30) 85404-450
Email: drk@drk.de
Web: http://www.drk.de/

Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • President: Dr. Rudolf SEITERS
  • Vice-President: Mrs Donata VON SCHENCK ZU SCHWEINSBERG
  • Vice-President: Dr. Volkmar SCHÖN
  • Secretary General : Mr Christian REUTER
  • Vice Secretary General and Director International Services/National Relief Division: Dr. Johannes RICHERT
  • Deputy Director International Services/National Relief Division: Dr. Heike SPIEKER
  • Director Finance & Services: Mrs Mrs Katrin WEINLEIN
  • Director Communication & Marketing: Mr Marc GROSS
  • Director Youth and Welfare Services: Dr Joß STEINKE
  • Head of Human Resources: Mr Thomas SCHADE
  • Head International Cooperation: Mr Christof JOHNEN

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