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The British Foreign Policy Group think tank is seeking a research intern to work on a variety of interesting, and high-profile, projects pertaining to UK foreign policy and social research....

An anonymous Hong Kong resident remembers their Hong Kong in a heartbreaking article for the British Foreign Policy Group. ...

19th February 2020 Speakers: William Russell, KJStJ, Lord Mayor of London James Cleverly MP, Minister of State, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Department for International Development, Member for Braintree Sophia Gaston, Director of the British Foreign Policy Group Tim Reeve, Deputy Director and COO of the...

This event brings together city and regional stakeholders with expertise surrounding Manchester’s international profile. Part of the British Foreign Policy Group's National Engagement Programme, the event will connect local, national & wider UK perspectives from business, arts and culture, manufacturing and civil society sectors to...

On 27th February, The British Foreign Policy Group hosted an event with two panel discussions on the international perspectives and ambitions of Dundee, Scotland. Hosted as part of the BFPG's National Engagement Programme, this event connected representatives from business, government, arts and culture, higher education...

Matt Gillow joins the British Foreign Policy Group The British Foreign Policy Group is today delighted to welcome Matt Gillow as our new Communications and Events Manager. Matt brings a depth of political experience to the British Foreign Policy Group. Also a Research Fellow at the Consumer...

Katarina Kosmala-Dahlbeck joins the British Foreign Policy Group The British Foreign Policy Group is today delighted to welcome Katarina Kosmala-Dahlbeck as our new National Events & Engagement Manager. Katarina brings a depth of experience to the British Foreign Policy Group. Previously, she worked for an NGO focusing...

British Foreign Policy Group welcomes new Director The British Foreign Policy Group is today delighted to welcome our new Director, Sophia Gaston. Sophia’s background is in social and political research, with a deep grounding in foreign policy. She is also a Research Fellow in the Institute for...

Nearly nine years on from the self-immolation of Mohammed Bouazizi, the Tunisian fruit seller prevented from selling vegetables by state officials, that kickstarted the ‘Arab Spring’, protests are once again gripping several Arab countries....