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Sarah Monod By Dolores Martín Moruno


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French Protestant philanthropist, Sarah Monod (1836-1912) participated in the humanitarian mission orchestrated by the Evangelical Committee of Paris and the French Society for the Relief of Military Wounded during the Franco-Prussian War. She became the director of the deaconesses, kept a newspaper and drew numerous caricatures, which ironically criticized gender relations.

Dolores Martín Moruno is a researcher at the Institute of Ethics, History and Humanities at the University of Geneva and curator of the exhibition WHO CARES? GENDER AND HUMANITARIAN ACTION (from 31 May to 9 October 2022).


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© International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum.


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Sarah Monod By Dolores Martín Moruno


Description

French Protestant philanthropist, Sarah Monod (1836-1912) participated in the humanitarian mission orchestrated by the Evangelical Committee of Paris and the French Society for the Relief of Military Wounded during the Franco-Prussian War. She became the director of the deaconesses, kept a newspaper and drew numerous caricatures, which ironically criticized gender relations.

Dolores Martín Moruno is a researcher at the Institute of Ethics, History and Humanities at the University of Geneva and curator of the exhibition WHO CARES? GENDER AND HUMANITARIAN ACTION (from 31 May to 9 October 2022).


Credits

© International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum.


Tags

AudiosFocusGender and diversity

Linked contents