From 12 to 15 July, 2022, the 10th International School of the Belarusian Red Cross on emergency response was held on the base of IRTcentre. Volunteer teens worked out mechanism of cooperation in providing assistance to victims of emergency situations, in particular in the context of the mass arrival of foreign citizens in the territory of the Republic of Belarus.
At the opening of the School the Secretary General of the Belarusian Red Cross Dmitry Shevtsov wished fruitful work to the teams.
The press conference organized after the opening of the school was attended by the partners of the Belarusian Red Cross: Head of the Information and Public Relations Department of the State Border Committee, Anton Bychkovsky, Head of the Foreign Labor Migration Department, Vladimir Margevich, as well as Eкaterina Leleka, Program Coordinator of the Office of the International Federation of Red Cross, and Sebastian Foustier, Head f the Mission of the International Committee of the Red Cross in the Republic of Belarus.
The School was attended by more than 70 people, including representatives of the Russian Red Cross, as well as the International Committee of the Red Cross from Somalia and France.
On 23-27 April 2019, the 8th International School of the Belarusian Red Cross on emergency preparedness was held at the IRTcentre. Together with volunteers from Belarus, representatives of Italy, Russia, and Ukraine took part in the School.
25-29.07.2018: Volunteers and employees of the Red Cross and Red Crescent from Bulgaria, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Ukraine, Russia and Belarus took part in the 7th International School of the Belarusian Red Cross on emergency response.The school was held in partnership with the Ministry for Emergency Situations and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus from July 25 to 29, 2018. The main problematic issue of the school was “Migration”. The problem of migration today is already global. It affects not only government agencies and systems, but also the civil society. The task of the joint exercises was to check how different agencies can manage to cope with one problem. And it was successful.