The future red cross red crescent

There are significant changes occurring throughout the world and within the humanitarian and development sectors. The pace and the scope of this change is unprecedented. As such it is prudent to establish a strategic focus on how we can understand, anticipate and navigate the increasing complexity emerging from this change. But change is also about taking action now to get the future we want. Strategy 2030 is about is about giving everyone the ability to create, act upon, and be part of the emerging future – so that no one is left behind.

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How we started to redesign our volunteer approaches

How we started to redesign our volunteer approaches By Chris Reed, British Red Cross It was with fascination I recently read Shaun Hazeldine’s piece on Rethinking the Future of Volunteering? While written about the global Red Cross/ Red Crescent Movement, the way it...

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Rethinking the future of volunteering?

Rethinking the future of volunteering? By Shaun Hazeldine  Globally the Red Cross and Red Crescent have some 11-12 million volunteers. This number fluctuates somewhat depending on what disasters and crises may emerge on any given year, but regardless it is still a...