Seville Agreement

The Seville Agreement is an Agreement made in 1997 on the Organization of the International Activities of the Components of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

It is an agreement on cooperation and not merely on a division of labour, and it applies to all those international activities which, under the Movement's Statutes, the components are called upon to carry out in close collaboration. It establishes clear guidelines for the performance of tasks by Movement members, using the specific areas of competence and the complementary capacities of each to best effect. 

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