ICG can be contacted at one of its main offices below:
Vice President (United States)
1522 K Street, NW, Suite 822
Washington, DC 20005 USA
E-mail: [email protected]
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The International Crisis Group places great emphasis on maintaining a diverse funding base in order to ensure the independence of its work. The organisation already receives funding from 13 national governments, seven charitable foundations and over 100 private individuals. We want to expand this list further over the coming year, to bring in more governments and to boost the overall proportion of funding coming from the private sector.
If you would like to discuss making a donation to ICG, please contact Alain Destexhe or Charles Radcliffe in Brussels or George Biddle in Washington DC, (see contact details listed above). Alternatively, if you would like to make a donation directly, please send a cheque or money order, preferably in US dollars, pounds sterling or Belgian francs, to either our Brussels or Washington offices. Please note that, in the United States, all donations to ICG are exempt from US taxes. We will be happy to send all donors a certificate of receipt confirming the organisation's tax free status.
Working For ICG
If you would like to apply for employment as a field analyst with the International Crisis Group, please send your C.V. to one of the addresses above. The key selection criteria for ICG analysts are the following:
- highly developed and demonstrated research, analytical and writing skills;
- ability to speak relevant local languages as well as fluency in English; and
- strong background knowledge and experience of the country or area concerned.
Please indicate, in your application, the country(ies) where you would be willing to serve, your availability, you broad salary expectations and whether you are interested in long-term or short-term placement.
If your application meets all of the above criteria, your details will be entered into ICG's database of individuals interested in future employment and you will be contacted by ICG and informed of upcoming employment opportunities as positions become available.
Please note that due to the overwhelming volume of applications received, and limited staff resources to cope with the administrative workload associated with processing applications, it may take some time for us to respond. It is also impossible for us to respond personally to every applicant.