Red Cross at the Crossroads
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 19 Feb 1987, p. 278-288
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Red Cross at the Crossroads


A dedication of the presentation to the constituents of the Red Cross. A description of the extensive activities of the Red Cross. The mandate of the Red Cross. "The uniqueness of the Red Cross as a humanitarian organisation, here in Canada and around the world." "The importance of ensuring that we do not lose sight of the true role of the Red Cross in the process of today's socio-economic restructuring." A history of the Red Cross: how and why it was originally established and the changes it has gone through. The current situation of the Red Cross, and how it is funded. The role of governments. The agenda for The Canadian Red Cross Society. The need for the Red Cross.