Charles Radcliffe joined ICG at its inception in 1995. He has worked closely alongside four ICG Presidents, initially helping to set up the organisation in London and establish its first field projects, and later overseeing the transfer of ICG’s headquarters to Brussels. In 1998, he was appointed ICG’s Vice-President and assumed responsibility for much of the day-to-day running of the organisation, spending four months as Acting President in 1999. Today, Charles is responsible for fundraising from governments and foundations, and for co-ordinating ICG advocacy in the major European capitals. Prior to joining ICG, Charles worked as a policy adviser and press attaché to a number of British and Australian politicians. He holds a First Class Honours Degree in Law from King’s College London and a Masters Degree in International Relations from Sydney University.