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Humanitarian access in armed conflicts: the key role of local actors
Description: On 18 September 2017, the ICRC and the Humanitarian Policy Group (HPG) convened a live-streamed panel at the Humanitarium gathering humanitarian agencies and researchers to identify current access challenges for international and local organizations.
  21 Sep 2017   1h22m50s 5 218 0
Profile of an ICRC delegate - what we are looking for
Description: Ariane Bauer and Mamadou Sow, two Operations Coordinator for the ICRC tells us about the essential qualities of a field delegate.
  20 Sep 2017   4m5s 6 160 0
Gone but not forgotten: Migrants, mothers and the missing
Description: On 30 August, in honor of the International Day of the Disappeared, the ICRC convened a conference at the Humanitarium on the importance of remembrance and the story behind its origins. Although the world is changing, our responsibility towards missing people and their families remains the same. How can we best help responsible authorities meet the needs of those who go missing and their families? And how do these needs change when the missing person is deceased?
  19 Sep 2017   1h19m35s 4 84 0
Health Care in Danger: The human cost (Somali Version)
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  19 Sep 2017   13m51s 4 46 0
О конкурсе им. Пикте и известности на всю страну: интервью с победителями 2017 года
Description: Эти ребята из Аргентины стали настоящими звездами в родной стране. Они победили в международном конкурсе по МГП имени Пикте. О самых запоминающихся моментах до, во время и после конкурса они делятся в нашем интервью.
  20 Sep 2017   6m 2 36 0
Perú: los libros viajeros que recorren los penales
Description: Una colección de más de 150 libros de literatura, autoayuda, historia, geografía, formación técnica, manualidades entre otros conforman las llamadas “Bibliomaletas”, tres maletas repletas de libros que viajan por los establecimientos penitenciarios para llevar la lectura a las personas privadas de libertad. Esta iniciativa del Instituto Nacional Penitenciario (INPE), la Biblioteca Nacional y el CICR busca promover el hábito lector en la población penitenciaria a fin de contribuir en su proceso de reeducación, rehabilitación y reincorporación a la sociedad. Con gran expectativa internos del penal de Arequipa esperaron los libros para echar a volar la imaginación. “Estar privados de libertad no significar estar privados de leer” comentó un privado de libertad. La Biblioteca Nacional del Perú fue la entidad encargada de seleccionar los títulos, en base a los sondeos elaborados a través de las sucesivas visitas y monitoreo realizados en las bibliotecas penitenciarias. Por su parte, el INPE vela por la responsabilidad del cuidado de la colección, así como de su uso y manejo durante el tiempo que permanezca en cada establecimiento penitenciario. En Lima, las “Bibliomaletas” recorrieron los establecimientos penitenciarios de Ancón II; Miguel Castro Castro, Mujeres Chorrillos, Callao y Virgen de Fátima, hasta el momento son cerca de 3,500 libros que han sido solicitados y leídos por las personas privadas de libertad.
  18 Sep 2017   1m21s 5 38 0
الإنساني على بُعد نقرة
Description: في العام 1998، أطلق «المركز الإقليمي للإعلام» في اللجنة الدولية للصليب الأحمر في القاهرة مجلة لتكون منبرًا فريدًا باللغة العربية لمناقشة وعرض القضايا الإنسانية المعاصرة من منطلق احترام القانون الدولي الإنساني أو قانون الحرب. اليوم تنطلق «الإنساني» إلى أفق جديد أكثر تفاعلية من خلال مدونة إلكترونية تسعى إلى الوصول لجمهور أوسع من المهتمين بالقضايا الإنسانية
  17 Sep 2017   54s 2 63 0
It's An Endless Wait for These Families in Nepal
Description: To know more please visit http://blogs.icrc.org/new-delhi/2017/09/15/s-endless-wait-families-nepal/
  15 Sep 2017   1m23s 2 58 0
Humanitarian Visa d’Or awarded to Angela Ponce Romero
Description: Angela Ponce Romero, this year’s winner of the ICRC Humanitarian Visa d’Or, was presented the award last night at the “Visa pour l’image” festival of photojournalism in Perpignan, France. The winning portfolio was the culmination of four years’ work photographing relatives of missing people in Ayacucho, Peru. Angela plans to put the 8,000-euro prize towards new projects. The festival was also an opportunity for Angela to meet the winner of the first Humanitarian Visa d’Or, Catalina Martin-Chico. Catalina received the award in 2011 for her images documenting the conflict in Yemen, which has been the focus of her photojournalism work since 2007. She recently accompanied the ICRC’s president on a visit to the country. Details of her trip can be found in the latest copy of French magazine Marie-Claire. Angela also received the Canon Female Photojournalist Award for her work documenting the baby boom among former members of the FARC-EP since the signing of the peace agreement. We did this interview with Angela in Lima, Peru, before her departure to France to receive the award.
  14 Sep 2017   1m14s 2 41 0
EM2 - Call for applications by Javed Abidi (NCPEDP)
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  14 Sep 2017   1m5s 4 76 0
A story of love: The story of the ICRC
Description: Amidst some of the harshest conflicts on earth, we assist with the basics of life: food, water and shelter. Often first on the ground and the last to leave,  neutral, impartial and independent, we are the International Committee of the Red Cross. Learn more: http://icrc.org
  17 Sep 2017   5m45s 42 1192 0