Category #News

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.

Visit of the exhibition "The Humanitarian Adventure" through Trans* eyes

10 January 2022

On 3 February 2022, from 6pm to 8:30pm, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum (MICR) and the association ÉPICÈNE invite you to a visit of the exhibition “Humanitarian Adventure” through a Trans* Lens.

THE MUSEUM AT ART GENÈVE 2022

21 December 2021

For the first time in its history, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum is participating in the Art Genève art fair, which will take place from 2 to 6 March 2022.

Time Capsule

21 December 2021

We are thrilled to showcase the Time Capsule in the Museum’s atrium, a sculpture full of hopes and dreams that raises questions on how to become good ancestors.

blood drive at the museum

22 November 2021

On Wednesday 1 December 2021, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum will host the Blood Transfusion Centre (BTC) for a blood collection day at the museum.

Open Day Saturday 20 November 2021 from 10am to 6pm

11 November 2021

On the occasion of the opening of our new exhibition

To Heal a World, 160 years of photography from the Collections of the Red Cross,

we are looking forward to welcoming you and sharing with you this day rich in discoveries and encounters. Come and visit us with friends, neighbours, colleagues or family!

The first Saturday of the month is free!

4 November 2021

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26.11.21 6pm-7pm MASTERCLASS #2: Thinking feminists museums

27 October 2021

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.