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The Monaco Red Cross is offering a training weekend on June 9 and 10 at Stade Louis II. The course is intended for volunteers who may wish to become Red Cross leaders to help children and young people understand the context of present-day conflicts.
In focus will be International Humanitarian Law. These are the “rules of war”, which are meant to protect those who do not participate in combat during an armed conflict.
The training weekend will help new volunteer leaders to make young people aware of the rules of war through fun activities, the “Raid Cross” for teens, and the “Limito” for 8 to 12 year-olds.
The number of places is limited. Free training is open to anyone who would like to become a leader in International Humanitarian Law in the Principality. To apply: email@example.com.
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