International Crisis Group

International Crisis Group

International Crisis Group

Date Founded



1629 K ST NW STE 450 WASHINGTON DC 20006-1677

Charitable Causes

Global Human Rights

Employees (Worldwide)


Company Description

The International Crisis Group is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to preventing and resolving deadly conflict.

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Executives & Employees

Deputy President/Chief Operating Officer

General Counsel & Director of Special Projects

Director of Multilateral Affairs & Head of New York Office

Director, Communications & Outreach

Program Director, Africa

Director of Communications

Director of Finance & Administration

Director of London Office & Senior Advocacy Adviser

Legal Counsel & Director-Spcl. Project

Deputy Director, Ne Asia

Board of Directors

Managing Partner at Ogunsola Shonibare

President at Danish Cancer Society

Former Director-Washington Office at Council on Foreign Relations

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Founder at Strategy XXI Group Ltd.

Legal Advisor

Partner at Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP


President & Chief Executive Officer, EMEA at Edelman, Inc.

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