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Center for Civilians in Conflict

Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the protection of civilians in conflict. CIVIC envisions a world in which no civilian is harmed in conflict. Our mission is to support communities affected by conflict in their quest for protection and strengthen the resolve and capacity of armed actors to prevent and respond to civilian harm.

Non-profit & charity
Den Haag, NL
Active in 11 countries
100 employees
50% men - 50% women
Average age is 32 years

Center for Civilians in Conflict

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Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the protection of civilians in conflict. CIVIC envisions a world in which no civilian is harmed in conflict. Our mission is to support communities affected by conflict in their quest for protection and strengthen the resolve and capacity of armed actors to prevent and respond to civilian harm.

Non-profit & charity
Den Haag, NL
Active in 11 countries
100 employees
50% men - 50% women
Average age is 32 years

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What employees are saying

Ali Al-Assaf

Iraq Country Director

Ali Al-Assaf

I joined CIVIC not only because I was inspired by what CIVIC had accomplished in Iraq, but also because of CIVIC’s success in advocating for protection of civilians globally. Every day, I am motivated by my colleagues at CIVIC to continue working for better protections of civilians in
conflict.

Liza Baran

Ukraine Country Director

Liza Baran

Each day, I hear appreciation for our work from the Ukraine
Armed Forces, high-level politicians, government officials, and members of civil society organizations. I’m proud that CIVIC’s practical approach includes concrete recommendations to improve the protection of civilians.

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Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the protection of civilians in conflict.
CIVIC was established in 2003 by Marla Ruzicka, a young humanitarian who advocated on behalf of civilians affected by the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Honoring Marla’s legacy, CIVIC has kept an unflinching focus on the protection of civilians in conflict. Today,...


Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the protection of civilians in conflict.

CIVIC was established in 2003 by Marla Ruzicka, a young humanitarian who advocated on behalf of civilians affected by the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Honoring Marla’s legacy, CIVIC has kept an unflinching focus on the protection of civilians in conflict. Today, CIVIC has a presence in conflict zones and key capitals throughout the world where it collaborates with civilians to bring their protection concerns directly to those in power, engages with armed actors to reduce the harm they cause to civilian populations, and advises governments and multinational bodies on how to make life-saving and lasting policy changes.

At CIVIC, we believe civilians are not “collateral damage” and civilian harm is not an unavoidable consequence of conflict — civilian harm can and must be prevented.


Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is an international organization dedicated to promoting the protection of civilians in conflict.

CIVIC was established in 2003 by Marla Ruzicka, a young humanitarian who advocated on behalf of civilians affected by the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. Honoring Marla’s legacy, CIVIC has kept an unflinching focus on the protection of civilians in conflict. Today, CIVIC has a presence in conflict zones and key capitals throughout the world where it collaborates with civilians to bring their protection concerns directly to those in power, engages with armed actors to reduce the harm they cause to civilian populations, and advises governments and multinational bodies on how to make life-saving and lasting policy changes.

At CIVIC, we believe civilians are not “collateral damage” and civilian harm is not an unavoidable consequence of conflict — civilian harm can and must be prevented.