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We've prepared a handy list of awareness days and events taking place during the term/s ahead, plus accompanying teaching resource ideas from the British Red Cross, to help you plan your lessons.
The British Red Cross and the University of Cambridge have developed an educational pilot project for 14 – 19 year olds, which is designed to address all forms of extreme thinking and reduce conflict arising from polarised views.
We are calling for changes to the asylum system to prevent people being left in desperate conditions without homes or jobs.
After fleeing Kenya, Amuun Mohamoud lost contact with her mother and thought she’d died – until we put them back in touch.
Download or request a hard copy of our free guide to teaching resources and workshops from the British Red Cross.
13 Oct 2016
The British Red Cross has reiterated its call for the release of health and social care funds being held by the UK government, following a review from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) released today.
When a man suddenly collapsed and stopped breathing at a busy airport, Brigitte Bellwood didn’t hesitate to act.
Find out more about how we offer regular support to ambulance services throughout the UK.
These are the areas throughout the UK where we offer a range of services to support health and local authority commissioners. Just contact our operations directors to find out more about how we can help you.
We offer education to help young people understand, cope with and take action in a crisis.
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