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Digital Xchange focus group 2022 - How to put the "Human" back at the centre of digital transformation?
30 June 2022 from 6pm to 8pm at the Humanitarium

15 June 2022

Come discuss in small groups your hopes and fears about the digital transformation and its impact on your life. Share your views and listen to the experiences of others.

Masterclass #4 with Rebecca Amsellem, Seraina Rohrer and Idil Efe at the Landesmuseum
29 June 2022, 6.30pm - 8pm, Landesmuseum Zürich

14 June 2022

Masterclass #4 with Rebecca Amsellem, in discussion with Seraina Rohrer, Head of Innovation & Society at Pro Helvetia, and Idil Efe, diversity agent and curator of the Berlin City Museum. The discussion will be introduced by Denise Tonella, Director of the Swiss National Museum, and Pascal Hufschmid, Director of our Museum.

Language : English

Open day : 4 June 2022
WE CELEBRATE WITH YOU OUR NEW TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

31 May 2022

Saturday 21 May : La Nuit des musées
(RE)DISCOVER THE TRANSFORMATION OF OUR MUSEUM FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT!

18 May 2022

On the program this year: “Wait for Walk” performance, “The adventures of the tiger Birhan” told in French by Eva Marlinge, grimages for children, visits, music…

2021 at the Museum: annual activity report

20 April 2022

Re-experience with us the moments that made our year 2021, discover our 2021 annual report in French.

THE MUSEUM WITH MÉDECINS SANS FRONTIÈRES: A SPECIAL EVENING ON THE THEME OF THE RETURN OF HUMANITARIANS

22 March 2022

On 7 April, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum hosts Médecins Sans Frontières for a special evening on the theme of return, illustrated by the documentary “Egoïste” (meaning: selfish).

SEREDA INTERNATIONAL REPORT LAUNCH
31st of March 2022

8 March 2022

“NOBODY HELPED ME”: GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE AND FORCED MIGRATION FROM DISPLACEMENT TO REFUGE

In collaboration with the IFRC, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is proud to host the launch of the International Report by the SEREDA Project, led by the University of Birmingham in conjunction with the University of Melbourne, Bilkent and Uppsala and NGO partners.

 

Masterclass #3 with Rebecca Amsellem and Eythar Gubara at the FIFDH
7 march 2022, 6pm, Espace Pitoëff - Café Babel

1 March 2022

Masterclass #3 with Rebecca Amsellem, in discussion with Eythar Gubara, a photographer who won the Prix Madame Figaro at the Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles. In collaboration with the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH).
Language : French – English

The collaboration between the Museum and the FIFDH
12 March 2022

17 February 2022

This year, we are collaborating with the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) to offer you one exclusive event.

PETIT BLACK MOVIE 2022
26 JANUARY 2022, 2PM

17 January 2022

On the occasion of the ”Gender & Diversity” thematic year at the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum (IRCM), four films of the “Héro·ïne·s” (Black Movie 2021) program addressing issues related to gender identities and patriarchy will be presented and followed by a discussion with the audience.