"What is an ICRC delegate?" Highlighting the extraordinary and singular nature of this humanitarian player from an insider and a public point of view, the authors attempt to give the reader the key to unveil
Working in a hospital that deals with the consequences of conflict is a challenge. It's also a fascinating experience, and you can make a real difference to people who need urgent care. Interested? This clip
What does it mean to go to the field with the ICRC? What can you expect once there? What will you have to do in the field, and what does the ICRC consider important? This film will offer you some answers to
Do you have the language skills we need? Do you have the commitment to use them for the ICRC? This film explains the environment and the conditions in which you would be operating.
Working for the ICRC
A complete introduction to how the ICRC communicates, in an age when clear, precise and convincing communication has never been more important.
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Humanitarian logistics today is often even more complex and demanding than in the private sector. The ICRC is looking for skilled and experienced professionals in this field. Do you have those skills? Do you
Are you in the health sector? Would you like to work in the field? The ICRC offers interesting opportunities: as a medical delegate you'll be in touch with the people we help, organizing and managing our health
This film introduces you to the profession of administrator at the ICRC. It highlights the complexity of the files one handles in the post, the importance of the administrator's work within an ICRC structure
Without its information and communication technology engineers, the ICRC would be unable to help the victims of conflict. Mastery of simple and complex technology, from HF radio to data transmission by
How do humanitarian workers in a country emerging from war, and doctors practising medicine in Geneva, experience the transition from an acute to a chronic problem – from saving lives to supporting patients