• International Conference

    The International Conference aims to influence the global humanitarian agenda and explore current and future challenges affecting people and communities and the vulnerabilities that they face on the ground.
  • Council of Delegates

    The Council of Delegates has the unique task of adopting the provisional agenda of the International Conference and proposing its officers.
  • General Assembly

    The General Assembly is the supreme body of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Socieites (IFRC). It determines the IFRC’s vision and the general policies governing itself and the National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.

Latest updates

  • Red Cross Red Crescent global virtual Climate Summit

    Don’t miss out on being part of the Red Cross Red Crescent global virtual Climate Summit, alongside a host of great speakers!  The climate crisis featured as one of the key issues at the 33rd International Conference, during the Conference Commission on ‘Shifting Vulnerabilities’. It continues to be a significant part of the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement’s work, and one which will be addressed in the forthcoming virtual summit, to be held online September 9 – 10! Click here to find out more information and register online!
  • Follow the Sun: A Digital Launch of the Data Protection Handbook (2nd Edition)

    It’s not too late to ‘Follow the Sun’ and listen to the diverse and exciting panels that took place during the launch of the second edition of the Handbook on Data Protection in Humanitarian Action! The launch took place on Tuesday 1st September and included seven thematic panels addressing topics that also featured at the 33rd International Conference – and which have becoming increasingly pertinent during the times of Covid-19.  The topics addressed during the launch range from Covid-19 and digital contact tracing; to artificial intelligence and machine learning; to training, education, literacy and MORE! To listen to these interesting and highly relevant discussions, click here.