International Freedom Fund Establishment

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The International Freedom Fund Establishment was a funding vehicle reportedly employed by Brian Crozier in the 1980s.

The Guardian reported in May 1987 that it was one of three British groups in receipt of funding from the US Heritage Foundation in the early 1980s:

Although little is known about the International Freedom Fund Establishment, American records show that grants for this group were sent to Mr Brian Crozier, former head of the Institute for the Study of Conflict, according to the report.[1]

In June 1987, the Guardian reported:

Mr Crozier, who left the institute in 1979, has recently said he received pounds 200,000 from the Heritage Foundation between 1982 and 1986 to distribute to anonymous clients through an organisation called the International Freedom Fund Establishment.[2]

External Resources


  1. Richard Norton-Taylor, Think tank 'funding UK organizations', The Guardian, 29 May 1987.
  2. David Pallister and Richard Norton-Taylor, Dutch missile groups 'financed from London': US cash supported Holland's pro-cruise campaign, The Guardian, 26 June 1987.