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When is the best time to think about what to do in a crisis? Reflect, explore and experiment with this collection of crisis situations.
Can you count guns, decipher an emergency and interpret signs of shortage? Test your skills with the video quiz & fun follow-up activities.
Why is the red cross special? Explore what it means in both armed conflict and international law with this school assembly kit.
A range of materials, ideas and triggers for students focusing on the human response to HIV and AIDS and on the reactions of other people.
Warring parties must give medical help to the injured - whatever side they are on. See this in action, with a dramatic news photograph.
It's a heap of crumpled metal that's also a moving art work. Explore a disturbing, gut-wrenching way of communicating the reality of war.
This quick activity offers a handful of scenarios to use as a way to debate controversial questions with students from a media perspective.
Learn words of welcome in a refugee or migrant's mother tongue. A local action project researching and speaking a few foreign phrases.
It's based on humanity, and its principles include neutrality and impartiality. How do you find out more? Try the Red Cross quiz.
Imagine you've just lost your mobile phone. What would you do? Prepare by creating a checklist of actions.