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Tiphaine Walton | Brussels | Paris

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Sofia Klemming Nordenskiöld | Stockholm

IRC Global Communications

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  • Our teams are on the ground in the world’s toughest places
  • We provide independent insights from the world’s worst crises
  • We serve people fleeing conflict and disaster in more than 50 countries around the world
Facts about the IRC


Founded at the call of Albert Einstein in 1933, the IRC currently works with more than 13,000 employees in over 50 countries across the globe. We are on the ground in the world’s toughest places to deliver bespoke programmes that help people affected by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and gain control of their future. We believe that a feminist approach to our work and empowering women and girls at the frontline of emergencies is crucial to transform the lives of the communities we serve.