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October 2012 press releases

Text reads Refusing to ignore people in crisis

Asylum seekers and refugees deserve a fair press says British Red Cross

Asylum seekers and refugees deserve a fair press said the British Red Cross today as it released survey results showing 72 percent of the UK public believe that newspaper reporting about these groups is negative.

Camp for displaced people in Darfur

New Red Cross report: ‘Urban refugees’ trend as millions of forcibly displaced fleeing to cities not camps

17 Oct 2012

People forcibly displaced by conflict, disasters, persecution and other factors are increasingly seeking refuge in towns and cities and not in camps, says a new report released today by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

Young heroes from around the UK celebrated at Red Cross awards ceremony

08 Oct 2012

Young superheroes from around the UK were celebrated at the British Red Cross’ Humanitarian Citizen Awards 2012.

Couple embracing after being reunited

As fighting escalates in DR Congo, the British Red Cross seeks to reunite families

03 Oct 2012

As fighting escalates in DR Congo, the British Red Cross is on hand to restore links between Congolese nationals living in the UK and their loved ones affected by the fighting in the central African country.

Aid in Syria

British Red Cross receives £1 million DFID funding to assist Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey

03 Oct 2012

The British Red Cross will receive £1m from the UK Government to provide 10,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey with essential supplies as the inhospitable winter approaches.

Baby being held in recovery position

The British Red Cross launches new edition of First Aid for babies manual

01 Oct 2012

The British Red Cross has today launched an updated edition of its groundbreaking ‘First Aid for babies and children fast’ manual. Describing it as the “essential companion for any parent or guardian of young ones”, the charity has from this morning (1 October 2012), made the publication available online and most literary markets across the UK.

October 2012 press releases

Text reads Refusing to ignore people in crisis

Asylum seekers and refugees deserve a fair press says British Red Cross

Asylum seekers and refugees deserve a fair press said the British Red Cross today as it released survey results showing 72 percent of the UK public believe that newspaper reporting about these groups is negative.

Camp for displaced people in Darfur

New Red Cross report: ‘Urban refugees’ trend as millions of forcibly displaced fleeing to cities not camps

17 Oct 2012

People forcibly displaced by conflict, disasters, persecution and other factors are increasingly seeking refuge in towns and cities and not in camps, says a new report released today by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

Young heroes from around the UK celebrated at Red Cross awards ceremony

08 Oct 2012

Young superheroes from around the UK were celebrated at the British Red Cross’ Humanitarian Citizen Awards 2012.

Couple embracing after being reunited

As fighting escalates in DR Congo, the British Red Cross seeks to reunite families

03 Oct 2012

As fighting escalates in DR Congo, the British Red Cross is on hand to restore links between Congolese nationals living in the UK and their loved ones affected by the fighting in the central African country.

Aid in Syria

British Red Cross receives £1 million DFID funding to assist Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey

03 Oct 2012

The British Red Cross will receive £1m from the UK Government to provide 10,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey with essential supplies as the inhospitable winter approaches.

Baby being held in recovery position

The British Red Cross launches new edition of First Aid for babies manual

01 Oct 2012

The British Red Cross has today launched an updated edition of its groundbreaking ‘First Aid for babies and children fast’ manual. Describing it as the “essential companion for any parent or guardian of young ones”, the charity has from this morning (1 October 2012), made the publication available online and most literary markets across the UK.

Text reads Refusing to ignore people in crisis

Asylum seekers and refugees deserve a fair press says British Red Cross

Asylum seekers and refugees deserve a fair press said the British Red Cross today as it released survey results showing 72 percent of the UK public believe that newspaper reporting about these groups is negative.

Camp for displaced people in Darfur

New Red Cross report: ‘Urban refugees’ trend as millions of forcibly displaced fleeing to cities not camps

17 Oct 2012

People forcibly displaced by conflict, disasters, persecution and other factors are increasingly seeking refuge in towns and cities and not in camps, says a new report released today by the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent.

Young heroes from around the UK celebrated at Red Cross awards ceremony

08 Oct 2012

Young superheroes from around the UK were celebrated at the British Red Cross’ Humanitarian Citizen Awards 2012.

Couple embracing after being reunited

As fighting escalates in DR Congo, the British Red Cross seeks to reunite families

03 Oct 2012

As fighting escalates in DR Congo, the British Red Cross is on hand to restore links between Congolese nationals living in the UK and their loved ones affected by the fighting in the central African country.

Aid in Syria

British Red Cross receives £1 million DFID funding to assist Syrian refugee crisis in Turkey

03 Oct 2012

The British Red Cross will receive £1m from the UK Government to provide 10,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey with essential supplies as the inhospitable winter approaches.

Baby being held in recovery position

The British Red Cross launches new edition of First Aid for babies manual

01 Oct 2012

The British Red Cross has today launched an updated edition of its groundbreaking ‘First Aid for babies and children fast’ manual. Describing it as the “essential companion for any parent or guardian of young ones”, the charity has from this morning (1 October 2012), made the publication available online and most literary markets across the UK.

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