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Season 2, Episode 4    |    38min

This is Climate:Red – Live Stream

This is Climate:Red – Live Stream

Please live your comments in the comments section, we would love to here from you, your feedback is precious for the action we have to take to face Climate Change To be a humanitarian, you need to be an optimistic Francesco Rocca 18:44 (CEST) – 09.10 Innovation...

Humanity is what really counts

Humanity is what really counts

In an area dominated by discussions about devastating wars and humanitarian principles of neutrality and impartiality on social media, Liana Ghukasyan makes the case that it is the principle of humanity that matters most of all.  During my recent travel to...

Navigating AI biases: ChatGPT, DALL-E and humanitarian workers

Navigating AI biases: ChatGPT, DALL-E and humanitarian workers

In a recent workshop on Generative Artificial Intelligence in the IFRC network, participants asked “how can we ensure that AI-driven humanitarian tools adhere to ethical guidelines, avoid biases, and prioritize the well-being of the communities they aim to serve?”. Picking up the bias conversation, we share a scary experiment on ChatGPT’s perception of humanitarian workers. This is an invitation to reflect on the systemic biases that Gen AI tools surface, and on how we use these tools.

A look ahead to 2024 in Asia Pacific

A look ahead to 2024 in Asia Pacific

Dramatic shifts in power in Afghanistan and Myanmar in 2021 put the Asia Pacific region at the forefront of humanitarian attention.
Since then, crises in Europe, Africa and the Middle East have moved Asia Pacific from the spotlight. Still, any humanitarian involved in the region will have their work cut out in 2024. Here are some of the top issues we’ll be focusing on in IFRC.

Do you hear the winds of change

Do you hear the winds of change

From November 9 to December 15, 2023, we explored the collective wisdom of our vibrant IFRC Network through a global survey. A total of 2,060 responses were gathered from volunteers, staff and leaders from 106 countries. They generously shared their thoughts and expectations for the future. Their responses are proof of the energy and richness of our Network, guiding us on a path of adaptation and improvement and portraying a landscape of both considerable and complicated threats alongside hope for the IFRC network and its future.

IFRC Global Innovation Summit 2023

IFRC Global Innovation Summit 2023

Over three days in Nairobi, Kenya from June 26th to 28th 2023, we embarked on an unforgettable journey to explore the power of innovation and how it can help us transform our National Societies and our Network.

The Strategic Foresight Book

The Strategic Foresight Book

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

Humanitarian Leadership for the Future 

Humanitarian Leadership for the Future 

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.

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