This exhibition draws on video and audio recordings from the ICRC's archives dating as far back as 1922 to show the staggering toll that wars have taken on cities and the people living in them. But it also tells of people's resilience and what the ICRC has done to help. The objects on display were collected in 2017 by ICRC staff members in two particularly hard-hit cities in Iraq: Ramadi, in Anbar Province, and Baiji, in Salah al-Din Province.
See also the online booklet of the exhibition.
The exhibition is being held from 24 September 2017 to 1 July 2018 in the Humanitarium at the ICRC's headquarters in Geneva. Members of the public can visit it free of charge during the opening hours of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum.