Category #News

MASTER CLASS #1 WITH REBECCA AMSELLEM
« FOR A FEMINIST AND INCLUSIVE MUSEUM»

13 September 2021

Among other partners, the Museum has invited Rebecca Amsellem, a French-Canadian economist and creator of the feminist newsletter Les Glorieuses to discuss with the Museum staff what a feminist and inclusive museum should look like.

INAUGURATION OF THE "GENDER & DIVERSITY" THEMATIC YEAR

7 September 2021

Our aim is to make the Museum a space where a wide range of voices are brought into the discussion and debate on what is happening within the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, the cultural scene and day-to-day life.

A safe and secure visit
Protection plan

7 September 2021

In line with the health and safety regulations issued by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH), you will find below a detailed plan to ensure the safety of the public and the public at large.

THE MUSEUM AT THE PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL LES RENCONTRES D'ARLES

5 July 2021

As a preview of the exhibition  To Heal a World, on July 8 there has been a meeting followed by a screening at the photography festival Les Rencontres d’Arles, presented and commented by Nathalie Herschdorfer, curator of the exhibition, and Pascal Hufschmid, director of the Museum.

INTERVIEW WITH COLINE RAPNEAU, EX-ICRC, BY THE MUSEUM'S YOUNG ADVISORY BOARD

19 May 2021

The Young Advisory Board of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum shares, in this new article, a glimpse of the exchange it had the chance to have with Coline Rapneau, ex-ICRC, now Protection from Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment (PSEAH Manager) Programme Director at CHS Alliance and Co-Active Coach.

Online Symposium - Art and Humanity: What Is Possible? Day 4

12 May 2021

Online Symposium - Art and Humanity: What Is Possible? Day 3

29 April 2021

Online Symposium - Art and Humanity: What Is Possible? Day 2

29 April 2021

Online Symposium - Art and Humanity: What Is Possible? Day 1

29 April 2021

Humanitarian issues are part of everyone's daily life

4 January 2021

It was a spring day in 2003. I remember checking at which stop to get off before taking bus number 8 to the United Nations for the first time.