13'000 staff members
1'300 staff members
20'000 staff members
52'000 staff members
The supreme governing body of the ICRC.
The ICRC’s executive body.
None of the above.
Different nationalities must be represented.
They must be Swiss nationals.
Their nationality is not important.
Non of the above.
Department of Communication and Information Management; Operations; Human resources; International Law and Policy; Financial resources and Logistics
Department of Communication and Information Management; Protection; Human resources; International Law and Policy; Assistance
Department of Communication and Information Management; Operations; Human resources; Legal affairs; Financial resources and Logistics
Department of Communication and Information Management; Operations; Human resources; International Law and Policy; Learning and Development
Comply with the seven Fundamental Principles
Prevent and alleviate human suffering without discrimination and to preserve human dignity
Encourage closer cooperation between the components of the Movement
Observe the Fundamental Principles and preserve human dignity
For the seven Fundamental Principles to be adopted and relief for the war-wounded to be established.
For relief societies to set up in peacetime that would be ready to care for the wounded in wartime and for an international volunteer movement to be established.
For an international agreement to be adopted to protect sick and wounded soldiers on the battlefield and the nursing staff in wartime and for relief societies to be set up.
For a convention to be prepared that would govern the conduct of war and the protection of human rights.
To protect and assist civilian and military victims of armed conflicts and situations of internal violence.
To protect and assist military victims of armed conflicts and situations of internal violence.
To protect and assist civilian and military victims at all times.
To protect prisoners of war and to assist civilian detainees.
An organization established under private Swiss law with a mandate and a right of initiative recognized by the international community.
An intergovernmental organization.
An international organization with a mandate recognized by the international community.
A non-governmental organization (NGO).
A neutral, impartial and independent organization.
A humanitarian organization.
An organization established by governments on the basis of a treaty.
A private association which does not necessarily have official status.
Observer status in the United Nations General Assembly.
Recognizing National Societies wishing to join the Movement.
Managing international assistance during conflicts.
Developing and supporting the National Societies.
Coordinating the Movement’s international assistance in the event of natural disasters that go beyond the means of the National Society of the country affected.
The ICRC, the Federation and the National Societies only
The ICRC, the Federation, the National Societies and the States party to the Geneva Conventions
The ICRC, the Federation and the States party to the Geneva Conventions
The red lion and sun
The red crystal
The red cross
The red crescent
The red shield of David
The medical services and religious personnel of the armed forces.
The medical staff and units of the National Societies when placed at the disposal of the medical services of the armed forces.
Civilian hospitals and medical units provided that government authorization has been given.
The ICRC and the Federation.
Pharmacies and the armed forces.
Only to the party which started the conflict.
Only if war has been declared by one of the parties.
Equally to all parties to the conflict.
International armed conflict.
Non-international armed conflict.
Situation of internal violence.
Limit the right to declare war.
Limit the rights of the parties to armed conflict with regard to their choice of methods and means of warfare.
Protect persons who are not or no longer taking part in the hostilities.
Protect human beings against human rights violations in all circumstances.
The United Nations Security Council.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Conference.
The International Criminal Court.
The National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
500 million Swiss francs.
1.6 billion Swiss francs.
Less than a billion Swiss francs.
Protection, Health, Cooperation, Prevention
Protection, Assistance, Cooperation, Communication
Health, Detention, Cooperation
Protection, Assistance, Cooperation, Prevention
A working modality that aims at gaining the trust of all parties involved in a conflict so as to ensure access to all affected people, being civilians or detainees.
A moral attitude refusing to condemn all abuses in times of conflict, because the IHL does not condemn wars.
A way of showing support to an armed group by keeping secret the violations they might commit.
Impartiality, independence, voluntary service and unity
Neutrality, independence, uniqueness and solidarity
Universality, equality, charity and justice
Humanity, neutrality and confidentiality