Membership includes an ‘NGO pass’, which provides the opportunity for anyone within the organization to receive:

  • Weekly newsletter containing updates on events, expert analysis and research publications;
  • Regular webinars on topical issues and live streams of selective events;
  • Complimentary subscriptions to the International Affairs journal and The World Today magazine;
  • Use of the Chatham House Library, providing access to thousands of full text journal articles, newspaper articles and other electronic resources;
  • Access to the members area of our website, which includes transcripts, podcasts and videos of past events;
  • Invitations to our members events programme (c. 120 per year) and monthly corporate events, which always include a networking reception. In most cases nominees can register a guest to attend.

The organization will also receive:

  • Public acknowledgement as a corporate member on our website, and members boards, which are displayed in a prominent position at the institute;
  • Discount on delegate fees at our conferences;
  • Invitation to the annual corporate reception, which provides an excellent networking opportunity with representatives from the private sector, diplomatic and civil society communities;
  • Opportunity to suggest topics and/or speakers for the corporate events programme;
  • Discount of 10% on advertising in The World Today.

What our members say:

International Crisis Group has an invaluable partner in Chatham House both as a centre of research excellence and as a convener for debate on the key foreign policy and security concerns of the day.

Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, Co-Chair, International Crisis Group