Tag Archives: Swedish Red Cross

A delegation from the Swedish Red Cross visit the Iraqi Red Crescent in Najaf Governorate to see it’s work of the displaced families

A delegation from the Swedish Red Cross has visited the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS) / Najaf branch so that to see the activities and work of the society that provided for displaced families on the road of Karbala-Najaf. The delegation discussed, during their meeting, with the Director of the mentioned branch and the director of International Humanitarian Law center ...

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The Iraqi Red Crescent and the Swedish Red Cross complete the training of International Humanitarian Law dissemination team

The Iraqi Red Crescent and the Swedish Red Cross completed the training of (23) disseminator of the International Humanitarian Law (IHL), so that to enhance their abilities to disseminate the culture of (IHL) in the Iraqi Community through a special seminars regarding (IHL) and its importance in Iraqi considering what is happening in Iraq of circumstances and events like armed ...

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A delegation from the Swedish Red Cross visiting the Iraqi Red Crescent Society to see the update on the humanitarian situation in Iraq.

A delegation from the Swedish Red Cross visited the Iraqi Red Crescent in Baghdad in order to see the relief operations by Iraqi RC for the displaced families. As the President of Iraqi RC Dr. Yaseen Al-mamori received the Secretary General of the Swedish Red Cross Ms. Ulrika Arheed and her accompanying delegation yesterday. The two sides discussed the future ...

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Iraqi Returnees Programme (IRP)

Preamble The Iraqi Red Crescent Societyin cooperation with the Swedish Red Cross implementing a migration Programme targeting Iraqi returnees who’stheir request for asylum have been rejected in Sweden. In line with Strategy 2020, the IRP facilitate social integration of the Iraqi returnees who have voluntarily chosen to return to their homeland after their requests for asylum were rejected. Returning home ...

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