- Our commitments
- We help
- They need you
- About the Luxembourg Red Cross
Law of August 16, 1923 conferring civil status on the Society of the Luxembourg Red Cross (Memorial A 1923, p. 461)
Art. 1 The Society of the Luxembourg Red Cross is recognized as a public utility and will as such have civil status
This association has as its mission within the Grand Duchy, in times of peace and in times of war, the aims of the Geneva Convention of July 6, 1906 for the improvement of the conditions of the wounded and sick in armies in the field, as well as those of the League of Societies of Red Cross founded in Paris on May 5, 1919, following the Conference of Cannes.
In times of war:
In times of peace:
The complete statutes can be found here, extrait du Mémorial du 16 août 1923 (PDF).
The collection of the changes made to the statutes of the Luxembourg Red Cross can be found here:
Amended law of December 18, 1914 concerning the protection of the emblems of the Red Cross. (Memorial A 1914, p. 1197)
Art. 1. Fined by 25 to 250 euros will be:
The authorisations are granted by the government or its deputies.*
*see law of June 13, 1994 on the sentencing regime (mem. 1994, 1096).