Famine is a symptom of protracted war
Yemen: The pain of conflict permeates deeply into communities - ICRC statement to the United Nations
Supporting the future of Syria and the region - ICRC statement to the United Nations
Georgia: Information is key to clarifying fate of missing people
Rakhine, Myanmar crisis: Lives shattered, needs urgent (9)
Uprooted and abandoned in Gaza and the West Bank (9)
Mexico and Central America: Vital support for migrants from Red Cross volunteers (8)
A street play draws attention to protection of health care workers in South Sudan (12)
In Israel and the occupied territories, a crisis of hope pervades
From Islamabad to Salzburg: Zainab reunited with her dad
Everywhere for Everyone - #RedCrossDay #RedCrescentDay 2017
The ICRC helps those affected by armed conflict and promotes compliance with international humanitarian law. Read more about what we do and who we are.
Stop attacks: Patients, health workers, hospitals and ambulances are #NotATarget
War at the root of hunger
Art competition illustrates safer access
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This policy paper outlines key recommendations for policy-makers on ways to prevent migrants from going missing and, when they do, how to respond to the problem.