IRRC No. 212

Africa—Asia—Latin America—Middle East

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In its November-December 1978 issue, International Review announced that in October 1978 the ICRC had launched an information campaign in Southern Africa. This was a new venture, conducted by ICRC delegates based on Lusaka and Salisbury, which by now has gathered momentum. Its aim is to impart, as widely as possible, better knowledge and understanding of the red cross emblem and of its significance, and in this way to create conditions favouring the safety of Red Cross personnel in regions where their lives might be exposed to considerable danger because of military operations.

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