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The Humanitarian Trail is like an open-space museum featuring walking routes between landmarks that are rich in history and symbolism, with temporary exhibitions and events to experience along the way, all based on the themes of the 33rd International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

From 4 December to 12 December, the general public and schools are offered the unique opportunity, through two trails, to:
– Explore the conference themes by visiting historical and other relevant places and by attending temporary events across the city of Geneva
– Learn about the Red Cross journey from its origins through to the challenges of today and the future.

Trail 1: The Humanitarian Legacy – Old Town
Discover how a handful of Genevan citizens started the Red Cross story and how it quickly unfolded into humanitarian action and, later, the development of international humanitarian law.

Trail 2: The Humanitarian Journey – International Quarter
Explore the fascinating story of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, follow the remarkable development of international humanitarian action and law and learn about emerging and future challenges.

Choose the trail you wish to follow on the map, download the brochure and discover for yourself the fascinating story of the Red Cross and Red Crescent and the emerging challenges that will shape the evolution of humanitarian action and law. 
To download the brochure of the Humanitarian Trail
Brochures also available at:
Geneva Tourisme near Cornavin station (18 rue du Mont-Blanc), Maison Tavel in Old Town, Place des Nations, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum
For Conference delegates and participants : Geneva Tourisme booth at ICCG

Admission
Admission is free for all the temporary events along the Trail except for the Posters Unpacked exhibition at the Red Cross Red Crescent Museum and the War & Peace exhibition at the Bodmer Museum. Check with each establishment for more information. The Red Cross Red Crescent Museum is free for Conference delegates upon presentation of name badges.
www.fondationbodmer.ch/en/
www.redcrossmuseum.ch/en/your-visit/practical-information/

For conference delegates and participants only:
Participants to the international Conference are offered the opportunity to join guided group tours in English, French, Arabic and Spanish organized throughout the day on 9 December. For registration please fill this form adding “Humanitarian Trail registration” in the subject of your message or check the communication sent to all participants on 25 October.