EMERGENCY on the Syria Attacks: A Failed Approach Is Being Repeated The massacre in Idlib was the latest in a series of extremely serious incidents during the war in Syria. Before the massacre, there were two choices: to stop and…
This International Mine Awareness Day, EMERGENCY reaffirms its commitment to treating the victims of these inhumane and indiscriminate weapons.
18 wounded patients have arrived at our Surgical Centre for War Victims in Kabul.
EMERGENCY UK strongly condemns Donald Trump's anti-Muslim, anti-refugee ban.
On Thursday 8 December, EMERGENCY inaugurates the new building at the Maternity Centre in Anabah, Afghanistan.
6th June 2016 A joint operation by EMERGENCY NGO, humanitarian organisation which provides medical care, and Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) is leaving Malta today aboard the Topaz Responder, a search and rescue vessel which will patrol the world’s deadliest…
'This agreement denies people the right to search for refuge and protection when they need it'
War, in all of its forms, is the single and most aberrant, widespread and persistent violation of human rights.
By hosting the world’s largest arms fair, the UK government plays an active role in perpetuating the vicious cycle of conflict.
‘Wars do not end once they’re declared over’.