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National Societies

There are 190 National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world, with more currently being formed. This unique network forms the backbone of the Movement. Each National Society is made up of volunteers and staff, who provide a wide variety of services, ranging from civil protection and assistance for the victims of war, to first aid training and restoring family links. National Society volunteers form part of the communities they serve, and are present before, during, and after disasters strike. National Societies also support the public authorities in their own countries as independent auxiliaries to the government in the humanitarian field. Learn more about the auxiliary role of National Societies. The ICRC, the IFRC and the National Societies are independent bodies. Each has its own individual status and exercises no authority over the others. Every four years, the different members of the Movement hold talks with representatives of the States party to the Geneva Conventions at the International Conference of the Red Cross and Red Crescent. The Conference is the Movement’s highest deliberative body and offers an opportunity to examine cross-cutting priorities and challenges. In addition, two other important meetings take place every two years: the General Assembly, which is made up of delegates from all member National Societies, and the Council of Delegates, which brings together National Societies, the IFRC and the ICRC. The assembly determines the general policies of the International Federation, while the council adopts resolutions on Movement action and advocacy.