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Life and death in the Mediterranean

Life and death in the Mediterranean

A week of dramatic rescues in the Mediterranean.

Empowering migrant communities to speak out in Italy

Empowering migrant communities to speak out in Italy

The Migration team of the Italian Red Cross is testing on the ground the latest feedback method.

Fear grips quake-hit communities following Italy’s strongest tremor in decades

Fear grips quake-hit communities following Italy’s strongest tremor in decades

Psychological support experts from the Italian Red Cross are on the ground in central Italy as thousands of people come to terms with the third strong earthquake in four days.

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Email: international.relations@cri.it
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Language of correspondence: English

People:

  • National President: Dr Francesco ROCCA
  • Vice President : Mr Rosario VALASTRO
  • Vice-President and Youth National Deputy : Mr Gabriele BELLOCCHI
  • Secretary General: Mr Flavio RONZI
  • Director Operations Division: Ms Barbara CONTINI
  • Responsable for International Relations and Affairs : Ms Guendalina CONTE
  • Head of International Cooperation : Ms Anna Rita ROCCALDO

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