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  • Archives 1914-1918: during the First World War, 10 million people, servicemen or civilians, were captured and sent to detention camps.

  • The Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is here to help you to get in contact with missing family members.

  • A collection of resources containing practical guidance, tools, and shared experiences to help National Societies learn about and apply the actions and measures recommended in the Safer Access Framework in their day-to-day work.

Other sites

  • An Arabic blog that focuses on humanitarian issues in the Arab region. Launched in 1998, it provides a platform for victims of conflicts and disasters, while promoting discussion and knowledge of international humanitarian law and human rights.

  • The climate and environment crises are humanitarian crises, threatening the future of humanity. They are already affecting people’s lives and livelihoods around the world, and their impact is growing all the time.

  • This blog aims at promoting the contents of our Audiovisual archives, Library collections, General Archives and what the ICRC calls the “Agency Archives”.

  • Violence against health-care workers, facilities and vehicles, is a humanitarian issue with widespread and long-term effects. We need to address it together.

  • The Humanitarian Law & Policy blog is a unique space for timely analysis and debate on international humanitarian law (IHL) issues and the policies that shape humanitarian action.

  • Discover a world of diverse job opportunities, from field assignments to headquarters positions.

  • The logistics division of the ICRC is dedicated to providing aid and supply-chain support to those in need in challenging frontline areas.

  • Innovation is much more than a buzzword. It is an opportunity to change for the better: for the populations we serve, for our organization, and for our partners.

  • Established in 1869, the International Review of the Red Cross is a peer-reviewed, academic journal produced by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and published by Cambridge University Press.

  • Since the earliest times people have set rules to regulate the conduct of war and lessen its suffering. Religious values and doctrines have also long inspired humanitarian action, and charity is an essential part of all major religions.

In memoriam

  • The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) wishes to commemorate staff members who died in a security incident or an accident while helping people affected by armed conflict and other violence.