The decisions we make now will impact the future, and that future will hold new challenges and unexpected opportunities. Strategic foresight allows us to engage with uncertainty, explore possibilities, and turn our insights into action today. The Strategic Foresight Book
As the world continues to face complex challenges such as (ir)regular and protracted crises, pandemics, and conflicts, the need for new and innovative ways of leading and responding is more critical than ever.
This research report explores the leadership skills and competencies required to navigate these challenges successfully.
IFRC Strategy 2030 cites transformations of collaborating as a distributed network and undergoing a digital transformation as two priorities. We explored how to achieve these goals with the innovation program and product – the IFRC Data Playbook v1.
The following report highlights some of our key insights and learning in the program and then outlines the process we used to deliver it. We hope this is helpful for others considering similar efforts.
Together with 100s of Red Cross Red Crescent staff, volunteers, and partners, we’ve compiled over 120 short exercises, games, scenarios and handouts to help you and your teams discuss, learn, and share all aspects of the data lifecycle.
Strategy 2030 embodies The Red Cross and Red Crescent long-standing vision and further enhances it, to ensure that it remains a dynamic global network of organisations that are fit for purpose and always thereto accompany people and communities.
‘The Future Is Now’ is an exhibition that comprises of multiple artefacts and scenarios that speculated on what humanitarian operations could look like in 2030. The IFRC Solferino Academy and Open Lab at Newcastle University collaborated with an array of design agencies and curators to bring this exhibition to life.
This thesis seeks to rethink ̶ from an unconventional, holistic perspective ̶ the Fundamental Principle of Humanity (‘Humanity’) as adopted in 1965 by the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (the Movement).
During the first months of the Covid-19 pandemic, Spanish Red Cross had an unprecedented influx of people interested in volunteering. Management of volunteering the months of the highest peak of the pandemic was a challenge and an extraordinary opportunity and they decided it was worthy to analyse it deeper.
This research report was commissioned by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies with the support of the Dignified Identities in Cash Assistance (DIGID) project consortium and was delivered by the Oxford Centre for Technology and Development.
During the first ever IFRC Data & Digital week, April 19-23, 2021, our global network gathered online to…
Have you ever experienced Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) training with Virtual Reality (VR) technology?