Meet The Humanitarian Workers
Field Mission, Season 4
Conference about today’s challenges, speed meeting, news from the field…
One day to meet and exchange with the people in the field in collaboration with the
ICRC, the Geneva Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Saturday 2 November from 10am to 5pm
Episode 1 – Events
12h30 – 14h30 – 15h30 : Soundpainting in The Humanitarian adventure by The Swiss Sounpainting Ensemble conducted by M.A. Cuevas.
Duration : 30′ each performance.
10h45 – 13h45 – 16h45 : Performance by MOH Ciss.
Project Ge-nesse internationale in collaboration with Département de la cohésion sociale et de la solidarité.
Duration :10’ each performance
10h à 17h : Experiment a visit in a prison by ICRC deleguetes. VR.
Duration : 5′
10h à 17h : La Grande évasion, un Escape Game sur l’action humanitaire.
Par groupe de 5 à 6 – inscription sur place.
Durée : 20′
Épisode 2 – Conferences
News from the field
Delegates from the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement share their experience of the field.
3 p.m : Natural disasters by IFRC
Episode 3 – Meetings
In the morning and in the afternoon – running time: 20 minutes per meeting – Restaurant – On-site registration
11 & 11:30a.m. : Speed-meeting in English
2 – 2:30 – 3 & 3:30 p.m. : Speed-meeting in English & French
Meeting in small groups with delegates from the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement
All day round – Restaurant
Institution display by booth
IFRC, Geneva Red-Cross, ICRC, Geneva, SOS Méditerranée, Département de la Cohésion sociale et de la solidarité de Genève & Espace Entreprise
Episode 4 – Worshops
Episode 5 – Guided tours
From 10:30am until 4pm, running time: 30 minutes, regular departure – in French and English – Meeting at the Museum lobby
Episode 6 – Exhibits
Our permanent and temporary exhibits are open.
Audio guides in 8 languages.
Pages – 150 years of the International Review of the Red Cross
Dating back to 1869, the International Review of the Red Cross is the oldest publication devoted to international humanitarian law, policy and action. The exhibition will highlight the role of the Review in disseminating progress in international law related to armed conflict and innovation in humanitarian response over the past 150 years.
This exposition invites you to delve into the more than 110,000 pages that form the rich history of the journal with two questions in mind—can a publication change the course of history? Is the explosion of words you see here more powerful than the explosion of bombs in the wars humankind continues to wage?
No registration needed