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13 May 2013
A British Red Cross worker abducted and killed in Pakistan in 2012 has been awarded the Florence Nightingale medal.
After decades of conflict in Afghanistan, a Red Cross community health programme is making a real difference for thousands of people.
A lesson plan about a child soldier in Liberia. Ideal for citizenship, English and drama lessons in secondary schools or pupil referral units.
This lesson plan looks at the way some armies and militias "press gang" children and young people into fighting.
Introduce students to the laws of war through the experience of a soldier with this citizenship lesson plan.
This citizenship lesson plan explores the disaster at Abidjan football stadium of March 2009, with comparisons to the Hillsborough disaster.
This citizenship lesson plan examines a real life knife crime. Students can think about how they would react if they witnessed an incident.
21 Mar 2013
As the humanitarian situation in Mali reaches crisis point, the British Red Cross has given £200,000 from its Disaster Fund to help provide vital aid.
How much of my donation will be used for an appeal? Answers to common questions about donating to emergency appeals.
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