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Collaborations for Development with Conflict Prone Countries
Helping to build capacity to respond in emergencies is something is something that the ICRC and IFRC has been doing superbly. Many times, national socieites lend their human resources to these efforts. The Sustainable Development Goal challenge (SDG - 2016-2030) was agreed upon during the UN...
Guide for Parliamentarians
This guide is designed to provide information and understanding with a view to building on the existing strong and valuable relationships between parliamentarians and Red Cross Red Crescent National Societies in addessing humanitarian needs. Areas examined include: What is the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement? What does ‘auxiliary role’ mean? Examples of services that National Societies provide.
Model Act for the Facilitation and Regulation of International Disaster Relief and Initial Recovery Assistance (with commentary) (March 2013)
The “Model Act for the Facilitation and Regulation of International Disaster Relief and Initial Recovery Assistance” is intended as a reference tool for voluntary use by disaster management officials and/or legislators who wish to develop domestic legislation, regulation, and/or procedures in their countries for managing potential future international disaster assistance.
Introduction to the Guidelines for the domestic facilitation and regulation of international disaster relief and initial recovery assistance (IDRL Guidelines)
In November 2007, the 30th International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent unanimously adopted a set of recommendations to help governments prepare their regulatory systems for international disaster response. The Guidelines for the domestic facilitation and regulation of international disaster relief and initial recovery assistance have been widely endorsed in the years since their adoption. They have been recognised in several UN General Assembly resolutions, and referred to by regional organizations, such as CAPRADE and NATO.
Working with people and communities in urban humanitarian crises- ALNAP
This Working Paper explores the topic of working with urban populations and communities. It draws on practical challenges and approaches in relation to targeting and communication with urban populations, and in the mobilisation of urban communities. The paper was informed by a literature review, as well as ALNAP’s ongoing urban webinar series and Community of Practice discussions, which have consistently raised these issues over the past few years.
Practicing humanitarian diplomacy: an introduction Humanitarian diplomacy guidance
This guidance provides the fundamental considerations and steps to designing humanitarian diplomacy activities. Additional guidance documents will be produced which will provide separate thematic and tailored advice on the basis of identi ed need, and designed to support the membership with its practice of humanitarian diplomacy. The intended audience for this guidance is volunteers and paid staff that are managing programmes and delivering services to vulnerable people, and with limited experience in engaging in the practice of humanitarian diplomacy.
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Historias de Preparación
Biciescuela: herramienta para mitigar las consecuencias de la violencia urbana en las comunidades
Asistencia Alimentaria para la Integración Social en Santander
Estrategias de sensibilización y vinculación de voluntarios a todas las actividades estratégicas y de bienestar de la Seccional
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