Projet réalisé pour International COmmittee of the Red Cross dans l'industrie Sans but lucratif pour un public B2B / B2C.The private sector is playing an increasing role in supporting ICRC activities around the world and developing collaborations that create shared value for companies, the ICRC and people affected by violence and conflict. Representatives of the ICRC’s corporate support group (Orange, Nespresso, WEF, Holcim, Alvina) r accompanied ICRC President Peter Maurer on a field visit to Colombia in January 2017. The group visited ICRC field operations, including a prison, youth projects and micro-economic initiatives, as well as an innovative access to employment program.
Projet réalisé pour International Labour Organization dans l'industrie Sans but lucratif pour un public B2B / B2C en 2018.On average women are paid around 20% less than men across the world per month. No country has achieved gender parity in pay as yet. This video, developed by the Equal Pay International Coalition, draws attention towards persistent gender pay gap and presents some of the ways it can be tackled in order to achieve equal pay for the work of equal value, as envisioned in the sustainable Development Goals.
Projet réalisé pour International Committee of the Red Cross dans l'industrie Sans but lucratif pour un public B2C. ICRC Vice-President Gilles Carbonnier takes stock of the past five years of vital humanitarian work supported by the Friends of the ICRC. He asks people to join the Circle of Friends and make a difference to victims of conflict and other violence.
Projet réalisé pour International Committee of the Red Cross dans l'industrie Sans but lucratif pour un public B2C en 2019.Presenting how Virtual reality can be useful to a humanitarian organization:- Create empathy with people affected by armed conflict- Training staff going to work in war-torn countries
Projet réalisé pour FIND dans l'industrie Pharmaceutique et Biotech pour un public B2B / B2C en 2019.Sleeping sickness, or human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT), is transmitted by the tsetse fly and threatens millions of people living in rural areas. FIND works to support sleeping sickness elimination through effective diagnosis in Kongo Central in partnership with the Programme