Migration learning resources
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and our Reference Centres produce a wide range of resources on how to best support migrants and displaced people. Discover them below.
Migration resources by theme
Introduction to migration and displacement
General resources explaining how the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement works with people on the move, host communities and local authorities.
Humanitarian Service Points
Humanitarian Service Points (HSPs) are neutral spaces run by Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies along migratory routes. They provide a welcoming and safe environment for migrants to access essential services.
Climate change is increasing the intensity and frequency of sudden- and slow-onset hazards across the world, forcing more and more people to leave their homes and communities.
Health resources related to migration and displacement, including specific resources for COVID-19 and mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS).
Safe shelter is a vital humanitarian need in times of disaster or displacement. And shelter means much more than simply a building and its surroundings.
Cash and voucher assistance
Cash and voucher assistance supports the freedom, dignity and independence of displaced people—allowing them to decide for themselves what they need most for themselves and their families.
Displaced people can struggle to maintain their livelihoods or access the livelihoods resources and skills needed to help them lead a self-sufficient and dignified life.
Protection, gender and inclusion
When assisting migrants and displaced people we must ensure we reach all people effectively and in a non-discriminatory and equitable manner.
Community engagement and accountability
Community engagement and accountability (CEA) is a way of working that recognizes and values community members as equal partners in designing programmes affecting them.