INSO moves to Netherlands
We are delighted to announce that as of 10th April 2019, we have moved our legal headquarters from London to The Hague.

While the move was initiated by Brexit and the desire to retain a close partnership with DG-ECHO, we are also strategically aligned with the vision of the city.

"The Hague has put forward a compelling vision of being the international city of peace, justice and security. It's a vision we believe we can both benefit from and contribute to going forward." said Executive Director, Nic Lee.

The new Stichting International NGO Safety Organisation received all of INSO's personnel, projects and assets by legal transfer at midnight last night (between 09 and 10 April) and we are now working closely with donors to update grant details.

The legal relocation did not, and will not, result in any disruption of services to NGOs in the field.

We will continue to use the name INSO and International NGO Safety Organisation. 

"The move provides a number of opportunities for organisational growth" continued Lee "and we look forward to working within our community to continue to improve the services we are able to provide"

INSO provides front-line support services to more than 850 NGOs across a dozen of the most volatile conflict zones. 

Stichting International NGO Safety Organisation is a registered non-profit foundation (ANBI), KvK: 73728489
 at Hague Humanity Hub, Fluwelen Burgwal 58, 2511 CJ, 's-Gravenhage, Netherlands. 





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