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  • 1. 1
  • 2. 2100 HAIKUSPRINGBOARDS FORTHOUGHT AND ACTIONFOR THE VOLUNTEER
  • 3. 3LOW RESOLUTION VERSIONLOW RESOLUTION
  • 4. 4A TOOLBOX FORTHE HUMANITARIANMOVEMENT
  • 5. 5INTRODUCINGTHE FUNDAMENTALPRINCIPLESPART 1
  • 6. 6INTRODUCINGHUMANITYOut of the chaosThe flash of recognitionOf a human eye.
  • 7. 7INTRODUCINGIMPARTIALITYSeeing beyondClothes, religion, race, cultureTo life’s beating heart.
  • 8. 8INTRODUCINGNEUTRALITYEmbracing difference –Seeing the whole repeatedIn each of the parts.
  • 9. 9INTRODUCINGINDEPENDENCEStrong navigator –Not swayed by fear or favour –On course through the maze.
  • 10. 10INTRODUCINGVOLUNTARISMThe well of feelingRising above the surface,Making new pathways.
  • 11. 11INTRODUCINGUNITYFrom all directions,Streams and rivers creatingHumanity’s sea.
  • 12. 12Roots in all cultures,The great tree of humanityUnfurling new leaves.INTRODUCINGUNIVERSALITY
  • 13. 13PART 2PRACTICALACTION
  • 14. 14PRACTICAL ACTION:WE CAREWe care. Everywhere.In front page disasters andIn forgotten wars.
  • 15. 15PRACTICAL ACTION:WE DELIVERWe deliver. InEmergencies: food, shelter, hope,Water, medicine.
  • 16. 16PRACTICAL ACTION:WE STOP HUNGERWe stop hunger. HereAnd now and for tomorrow,Helping rebuild lives.
  • 17. 17PRACTICAL ACTION:WE QUENCH THIRSTWe quench thirst. Not justPlastic bottles of water –Tube-wells, irrigation.
  • 18. 18PRACTICAL ACTION:WE TEACHWe teach. We explainHumanitarian lawFor every nation.
  • 19. 19PRACTICAL ACTION:WE BRING HOPEWe bring hope. We reachBehind locked doors and becomeThe prisoner’s friend.
  • 20. 20PRACTICAL ACTION:WE UNITEWe unite the lostChildren of the aftermathWith their families.
  • 21. 21PART 3COMMUCATING THEFUNDAMENTALPRINCIPLES
  • 22. 22COMMUNICATINGHUMANITYHumanity canNever be bought or sold andIt is not a brand.
  • 23. 23COMMUNICATINGIMPARTIALITYImpartiality:Don’t lose your meaning inThe cultural gap.
  • 24. 24COMMUNICATINGNEUTRALITYNeutrality: freeFrom political, racial,Religious messages.
  • 25. 25COMMUNICATINGINDEPENDENCEIndependence: notTo be manipulated,Used, sold or traded.
  • 26. 26COMMUNICATINGVOLUNTARY SERVICEVoluntary service:The act born of empathyIs the pure message.
  • 27. 27COMMUNICATINGUNITYUnity: openTo everyone: the languageOf humanity.
  • 28. 28COMMUNICATINGUNIVERSALITYUniversality:One song of humanityIn every dialect.
  • 29. 29PART 4TALKINGHENRY DUNANT
  • 30. 30TALKING HENRY DUNANT:SAMARITANJean Henry Dunant:Samaritan from Geneva:World citizen.
  • 31. 31TALKING HENRY DUNANT:HOME TOWNThe White Gentleman:He is from my home town: atLeast he seems to be.
  • 32. 32TALKING HENRY DUNANT:CONSCIENCEThe man of conscienceCannot look away: he hasNo choice but action.
  • 33. 33TALKING HENRY DUNANT:BLOODThe uniforms wereDifferent but the blood isAll the same colour.
  • 34. 34TALKING HENRY DUNANT:MORTAL DIFFERENCESBoth sides bleed and die:Mortal differences areNot even skin deep.
  • 35. 35TALKING HENRY DUNANT:SOLFERINOSolferino dawn:Now they are fallen they haveSo much in common.
  • 36. 36TALKING HENRY DUNANT:TUTTI FRATELLIChiesa Maggiore:Five hundred men lie injured:Tutti fratelli.
  • 37. 37TALKING HENRY DUNANT:MOTHERSEnmity is death.Castiglione mothersEvery injured son.
  • 38. 38TALKING HENRY DUNANT:WITNESSThe witness of warWrote the truth, paid the printerAnd appealed for action.
  • 39. 39TALKING HENRY DUNANT:INSTINCTHe did not wait toBe asked, approved or sponsored:He worked on instinct.
  • 40. 40PART 5TALKINGJEAN PICTET
  • 41. 41TALKING JEAN PICTET:CEMENTRed Cross actions likeStones in an edifice. TheCement: principles.
  • 42. 42TALKING JEAN PICTET:FLOWERThe flower of action –Once plucked by officialdom –Will wither and die.
  • 43. 43TALKING JEAN PICTET:BUREAUCRACYWe must not let theBureaucratic machineryDestroy the garden.
  • 44. 44TALKING JEAN PICTET:BEWAREBeware invasiveProfessionalism whichKills initiative.
  • 45. 45TALKING JEAN PICTET:DOCTORThe caring doctor:Not only curing sickness:Promoting health.
  • 46. 46TALKING JEAN PICTET:PREVENTIONPrevention is better,Cheaper, happier than cure –But makes no headlines.
  • 47. 47TALKING JEAN PICTET:HAPPINESSTo give happinessIs the greatest charity –Free and contagious.
  • 48. 48TALKING JEAN PICTET:NO MERITThere is no meritTo be found in grey walls, sourFaces, tasteless food.
  • 49. 49TALKING JEAN PICTET:NEVER AN OBJECTA human beingIs never an object orA means to an end.
  • 50. 50TALKING JEAN PICTET:ONLY CASUALTIESFor the Red Cross thereAre no just or unjust wars:Only casualties.
  • 51. 51TALKING JEAN PICTET:TRANSITIONThe Red Cross journey:PER HUMANITATEM ADPACEM: transition.
  • 52. 52TALKING JEAN PICTET:SYMBOLThe symbol of peaceIn the midst of combat: aMoral element.
  • 53. 53TALKING JEAN PICTET:THE SWIMMERHead above water –Swimming in politics butNever swallowing.
  • 54. 54TALKING JEAN PICTET:THE COMPASSThe compass needle:Selflessness. The Golden Rule:Gold counts for nothing.
  • 55. 55TALKING JEAN PICTET:LIGHTIf there is no lightWithin us, how shall we findThe path in the darkness?
  • 56. 56TALKING JEAN PICTET:SOLIDARITYSolidarity:The duty to help marriesThe right to receive.
  • 57. 57TALKING JEAN PICTET:KEEPING ON THE TRACKA train of actions:Not prepared to leave the trackOf the possible.
  • 58. 58TALKING JEAN PICTET:TRUE AIDTrue aid consists inMaking the man who suffersInto a free man.
  • 59. 59PART 6A QUESTIONOF QUALITY
  • 60. 60A QUESTION OF QUALITY:CHOICE & INVOLVEMENTIs it generousTo give pork sausagesTo hungry muslims?
  • 61. 61A QUESTION OF QUALITY:COMPETENCE & ACCURACYWill the food arriveIf the driver is lost andCannot read the map?
  • 62. 62A QUESTION OF QUALITY:EFFECTIVE ACCESSIs the open signContradicted by a closedUnwelcoming face?
  • 63. 63A QUESTION OF QUALITY:EFFECTIVE REDRESSAre you too busyTo answer questions? And tooProud to delegate?
  • 64. 64A QUESTION OF QUALITY:EMPATHYWhen you meet can youFeel the other heart beat, standIn the other’s shoes?
  • 65. 65A QUESTION OF QUALITY:EQUITYIs it a questionOf how long the string is orHow long it needs to be?
  • 66. 66A QUESTION OF QUALITY:INFORMATIONDo you stop to checkYou are heard and understoodOr broadcast regardless?
  • 67. 67A QUESTION OF QUALITY:RELIABILITYAre your words reallyFoundations for buildingOr castles in the air?
  • 68. 68A QUESTION OF QUALITY:REPRESENTATIONDo representativesTell you how it feelsOn the receiving end?
  • 69. 69A QUESTION OF QUALITY:RESPONSIVENESSIs there a keyworkerTo open the doorOf co-operation?
  • 70. 70A QUESTION OF QUALITY:SECURITY & SAFETYCan you be trusted?Are vulnerable peopleQuite safe in your hands?
  • 71. 71A QUESTION OF QUALITY:TANGIBLE ISSUESIs the receptionAs comfortable asThe director’s office?
  • 72. 72A QUESTION OF QUALITY:USER STATUSDo you show respect?Or do you look down on thePerson you’re helping?
  • 73. 73A QUESTION OF QUALITY:PARTICIPATIONDid you think that youCould make the jigsaw with halfThe pieces missing?
  • 74. 74A QUESTION OF QUALITY:ORCHESTRATIONIs our ensembleA concerted harmonyOr a cacophony?
  • 75. 75A QUESTION OF QUALITY:IMAGINATIONCan you imagineIf she was in your shoes andYou were barefooted?
  • 76. 76A QUESTION OF QUALITY:UNDERSTANDINGThe barefoot Red Cross:Must start from where people are,Build on what they know.
  • 77. 77PART 7COMMUNICATION
  • 78. 78BATTLING BABEL:BATTLEBattle of language:Principles are hostages,Prisoners of thought.
  • 79. 79BATTLING BABEL:HI-JACKEmpty, hi-jacked words- justice, human rights, charity -stolen from humanity.
  • 80. 80BATTLING BABEL:SNOW TYRESThey cannot buy youCredibility bySelling you like snow tyres.
  • 81. 81BATTLING BABEL:TEN PER CENTAdding ten per centOf black to all your coloursDoes not help you care.
  • 82. 82BATTLING BABEL:THE OTHER SIDEWaiting for posters:Wrong messages but the backsAre virgin paper.
  • 83. 83BATTLING BABEL:MISSING THE POINTWord processed papers,Power point presentations,Miles from reality.
  • 84. 84BATTLING BABEL:MINUTESMinutes of meetings.Tick. Tock. Worlds apart from theMinutes of agony.
  • 85. 85BATTLING BABEL:BRIDGESWe can only travelOn bridges built fromBoth sides of the river.
  • 86. 86BATTLING BABEL:MEANINGSay what you mean andMean what you say. In that wayWe know where we are.
  • 87. 87BATTLING BABEL:LISTEN!Have you come here toTell me what I need or toAsk me what I want?
  • 88. 88BATTLING BABEL:TWO-WAYCommunicationIs a two-way processOr a waste of time.
  • 89. 89BATTLING BABEL:TOUCHThe touch of your handCan communicate hope ifYou have hope to give.
  • 90. 90BATTLING BABEL:TONEThe tone of your voiceCan offer more shelter thanThe refugee tent.
  • 91. 91BATTLING BABEL:LOOKThe look in your eyeCan offer more strength than theFood you are serving.
  • 92. 92BATTLING BABEL:SECRETSBeware protocols,Locked doors, closed files, dark secrets,Red tape inertia.
  • 93. 93BATTLING BABEL:THINK!Acting without thoughtCompounds disaster. Think! AndThink and think. Then Act.
  • 94. 94BATTLING BABEL:RESPONSIBILITYEveryone isResponsible to everyone:Eyes, ears, hands, heart, brain.
  • 95. 95PART 8TODAY’SDILEMMAS
  • 96. 96TODAY’S DILEMMAS:WHEN TO SPEAKTo understand whenTo speak out and when to workAnonymously.
  • 97. 97TODAY’S DILEMMAS:HOW TO SPEAKTo avoid the tricksOf advertising: to giveReal information.
  • 98. 98TODAY’S DILEMMAS:BRIDGING THE GAPTo bridge the gapBetween clean theory andMuddy reality.
  • 99. 99TODAY’S DILEMMAS:LOST FOR WORDSTo communicateIn this strange world of spin andStolen languages.
  • 100. 100TODAY’S DILEMMAS:ORIENTATIONTo keep our bearingsWhen the compass swings wildlyAnd the sky is dark.
  • 101. 101TODAY’S DILEMMAS:RESISTING POLITICSTo resist the lureOf politics, slippery slopeTo partisanship.
  • 102. 102TODAY’S DILEMMAS:CONTINUING TO CARETo keep caring inDisasters which threaten toOverwhelm reason.
  • 103. 103TODAY’S DILEMMAS:STRIKING A BALANCETo strike a balanceBetween helping others andLiving our own life.
  • 104. 104TODAY’S DILEMMAS:INSPIRED BY LOVETo continue toBe inspired by love and notBy selfish motives.
  • 105. 105TODAY’S DILEMMAS:PERSPECTIVETo stand back from theSingle thread we weave and seeThe entire fabric.
  • 106. 106PART 9THE KEYS TOTHE FUTURE
  • 107. 107THE KEY OFHUMANITYHumanity.Respect for others. The key toA human future.
  • 108. 108THE KEY OFIMPARTIALITYImpartiality.The key which opens bordersIn lands and minds.
  • 109. 109THE KEY OFNEUTRALITYNeutrality. TheKey which opens prison doorsAnd must never be sold.
  • 110. 110THE KEY OFINDEPENDENCEIndependence. TheKey to the kindergarten,Research lab and truth.
  • 111. 111THE KEY OFVOLUNTARY SERVICEVoluntary service.Key to connectedness andGateway to action.
  • 112. 112THE KEY OFUNITYUnity. The keyTo symbiosis, synergy,Co-operation.
  • 113. 113THE KEY OFUNIVERSALITYUniversality.Cultural diversity.The key to liberty.
  • 114. 114A TOOLBOX FORTHE HUMANITARIANMOVEMENT
  • 115. 115LEARNINGTO SEE WITHTHE EYE OFHENRY DUNANT
  • 116. 116© 2005Annie and KenMeharg
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