IRRC No. 236

The ICRC and the Future: Five major challenges of the year 2000 for an organization in its second century

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1) On some simple truths by way of introduction to arouse the interest of the reader— The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), as an organization, has no rights of its own; the only ones it exercises are those of the silent victims in whose name it speaks.— Were it not the defender of the fundamental principles of the Red Cross, of which it is the guardian, the ICRC would be just one more voluntary agency, with a small budget.

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