International Crisis Group Annual Report for 2002
ICG's Annual Report 2002 sets out the organisation's accomplishments during 2001 and plans for 2002. It also contains audited financial statements for the financial year ending 30 June 2001.
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To receive a hard copy of the report, please contact the ICG office in Brussels at [email protected].
The year 2001 was one of consolidation and significant further expansion for ICG. About the only thing that did not change was our core mission: conflict prevention and containment, pursued through field-based analysis, policy prescription and high-level advocacy. If the reaction from policy-makers is any guide, our visibility and effectiveness also expanded commensurately.
Among the highlights of 2001:
- ICG extended its reach in Asia and Africa and commenced new programs in Latin America and the Middle East.
- The organisation's expenditure increased from under $U.S.6 million to nearly $U.S.7 million.
- Core full-time staff grew from 55 to 75, representing between them 31 nationalities and speaking 38 languages.
- ICG produced 70 reports and briefing papers during the course of the year, up from 49 in 2000, on conflicts and crises in over 20 countries and territories.
- There were half a million visits during the year to ICG's website with more than half a million reports downloaded.
Plans for 2002:
- ICG's primary task will be to continue to increase the effectiveness of policy and advocacy efforts, while consolidating our organisational and financial base.
- Projects commenced in 2001 will be brought to maturity and maximum productivity.
- Ensure that ICG's policy prescriptions are as sharp, relevant, well-timed and practical as possible. The emphasis on subjecting draft recommendations to broader review will be reinforced.
- Use ICG's strong resource base for effective high-level and media advocacy.