Cute stares, data visualizations, fire tornadoes, first aid apps, and giving blood in this edition of “What We’re Reading”
From Eric C. Sigmund, Legal Advisor, International Humanitarian Law Dissemination On Sunday, Hicham Hassan, spokesperson for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), announced that hostilities in Syria amount …
For those of you who might still be on the fence about whether or not you need the first aid app in your arsenal of apps, let me break it (what the app offers) down for you.
The day after America celebrated it’s 236th birthday, a friend of mine posted this addition to the “Call me Maybe” craze: Now, this amazing woman works for the USO – …
Except when you’re giving blood. We need you to donate this week.
He gave the audience, me included, a unique view into how International Humanitarian Law (IHL) is taught to members of our armed forces. Because even war has limits; and IHL is a critical part of that.
Welcome to the Weekly Worldwide Wrap-Up, in which we consolidate the international Red Cross and Red Crescent news into one list of bite-sized links for you.
Wow, the 4th of July. One of the most patriotic days in American History. It’s the day we claimed our independence, and our country moved forward as a unified, democratic nation. It’s a day that represents our freedom…and our love for flammables.
On the 4th of July I’ve always stuck to sparklers and snap pops, leaving the more dangerous – albeit admittedly more exciting – fireworks to first my dad, then my friends, and now the professionals.