The member countries that comprise the ICSU are home to national coordinating bodies for multiple member and affiliate organizations in each country.
ICSU's member countries are found in several continents, including North America, Europe, South America, and Australia.
United States of America
The International Council in Support of Ukraine — ICSU, is an international coordinating body of Ukrainian organizations encompassing civic NGO's in Ukraine, the USA, Canada, the UK, Australia, Argentina, Germany, France, Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Greece. The ICSU works with its country representatives to develop foreign policy options for governments around the world, seeking to strengthen relations with Ukraine to the benefit of Ukrainian democracy, security, and independence.
Established in 1967, the main goal of the ICSU’s member organizations was the restoration of an indivisible, independent, and democratic Ukrainian state.
The ICSU’s first two Presidents were survivors of Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz and Sachsenhausen.
The mission of the ICSU is to promote government policies and NGO projects that strengthen and protect Ukraine’s democracy, security, and independence.
The ICSU believes that Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic political, economic, and military integration are essential to preserve international peace and security.