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Refugees and asylum seekers are provided with safety information of COVID-19 in Latvia

23.03 2020Health promotion

(Updated in 01.02.2021.) Latvian Red Cross social workers and social mentors regularly provide information on security measures for refugees and asylum seekers regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus.

LatRC joins a webinar entitled “Addressing to specific needs of people living with HIV, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and drug users in COVID-19 context”

On 21st January, the LatRC participated at the webinar about the needs of people living with HIV, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis…

Happy Holiday Season!

23.12 2020Social support

May the Holyday season fill your mind with kind thoughts, and your home with smiles and warmth.

Minimising the humanitarian impact of immigration detention: Time to promote alternatives

On International Migrants Day, 18 December 2020, the Red Cross EU Office (RC EU Office) calls on the European Union (EU) and its Member States to limit the use of detention in the implementation of migration policies.

The SK EU Office has published a report “Red Alert. National Red Cross Societies managing disaster risks in Europe”

The Red Cross EU office has released the report on disaster management “Red Alert. National Red Cross Societies managing disaster risks in Europe”.

World AIDS Day 2020: LatRC Youth educates people about the HIV/AIDS

04.12 2020Health promotion

On World AIDS Day, December 1, Latvian Red Cross volunteers carried out activities in 8 cities.

Project “BALTPREP”: LatRC joins the international disaster management training

11.11 2020Projects

On 26 – 20 October, 2020, within the international project “BALTPREP” representative of the LatRC joined the Regional Disaster Management training.