accessibility & help

February 2010 press releases

British Red Cross releases £50,000 in emergency funds for Chile earthquake response

27 Feb 2010

The British Red Cross has released £50,000 from their Disaster Fund to support the efforts of the Chilean Red Cross to respond to the earthquake

Inclusive First Aid is a resounding success say British Red Cross

23 Feb 2010

Thousands of people with disabilities have successfully received first aid education from the British Red Cross over the past three years, a report by the charity says today (22/02/2010).

Lindsay Lohan hosts Haiti fundraising event to benefit British Red Cross

11 Feb 2010

On 16 February 2010, Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan will be hosting a fundraising event to raise money for the British Red Cross Haiti Earthquake Appeal.

Paxium unveiled in the UK to teach ‘rules of war’

19 Feb 2010

On Tuesday (23 February 2010), 92 secondary school students will take part in a role-playing activity, Paxium, to learn more about international humanitarian law (IHL), or the ‘rules of war’. Organised by the British Red Cross and law firm Allen & Overy, 15 and 16 year-olds from nine schools from across the UK will, through Paxium, explore the rights of non-combatants, the difficulty of humanitarian decision-making and the preservation of human dignity during times of conflict.

Teachers need more support to deliver first aid in classroom, says British Red Cross survey

26 Feb 2010

A year before first aid education becomes statutory in the schools curriculum, new British Red Cross research shows that over half of all secondary teachers in the UK lack confidence to teach the subject.

February 2010 press releases

British Red Cross releases £50,000 in emergency funds for Chile earthquake response

27 Feb 2010

The British Red Cross has released £50,000 from their Disaster Fund to support the efforts of the Chilean Red Cross to respond to the earthquake

Inclusive First Aid is a resounding success say British Red Cross

23 Feb 2010

Thousands of people with disabilities have successfully received first aid education from the British Red Cross over the past three years, a report by the charity says today (22/02/2010).

Lindsay Lohan hosts Haiti fundraising event to benefit British Red Cross

11 Feb 2010

On 16 February 2010, Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan will be hosting a fundraising event to raise money for the British Red Cross Haiti Earthquake Appeal.

Paxium unveiled in the UK to teach ‘rules of war’

19 Feb 2010

On Tuesday (23 February 2010), 92 secondary school students will take part in a role-playing activity, Paxium, to learn more about international humanitarian law (IHL), or the ‘rules of war’. Organised by the British Red Cross and law firm Allen & Overy, 15 and 16 year-olds from nine schools from across the UK will, through Paxium, explore the rights of non-combatants, the difficulty of humanitarian decision-making and the preservation of human dignity during times of conflict.

Teachers need more support to deliver first aid in classroom, says British Red Cross survey

26 Feb 2010

A year before first aid education becomes statutory in the schools curriculum, new British Red Cross research shows that over half of all secondary teachers in the UK lack confidence to teach the subject.

British Red Cross releases £50,000 in emergency funds for Chile earthquake response

27 Feb 2010

The British Red Cross has released £50,000 from their Disaster Fund to support the efforts of the Chilean Red Cross to respond to the earthquake

Inclusive First Aid is a resounding success say British Red Cross

23 Feb 2010

Thousands of people with disabilities have successfully received first aid education from the British Red Cross over the past three years, a report by the charity says today (22/02/2010).

Lindsay Lohan hosts Haiti fundraising event to benefit British Red Cross

11 Feb 2010

On 16 February 2010, Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan will be hosting a fundraising event to raise money for the British Red Cross Haiti Earthquake Appeal.

Paxium unveiled in the UK to teach ‘rules of war’

19 Feb 2010

On Tuesday (23 February 2010), 92 secondary school students will take part in a role-playing activity, Paxium, to learn more about international humanitarian law (IHL), or the ‘rules of war’. Organised by the British Red Cross and law firm Allen & Overy, 15 and 16 year-olds from nine schools from across the UK will, through Paxium, explore the rights of non-combatants, the difficulty of humanitarian decision-making and the preservation of human dignity during times of conflict.

Teachers need more support to deliver first aid in classroom, says British Red Cross survey

26 Feb 2010

A year before first aid education becomes statutory in the schools curriculum, new British Red Cross research shows that over half of all secondary teachers in the UK lack confidence to teach the subject.

Related