Author: Nadia Khan - BFPG

On Friday 16th November the BFPG co-hosted a roundtable discussion with the Ambassador Sahng-hoon Bahk, South Korea's Ambassador for Public Diplomacy, Ms Hyeo Kyeong Lee, Chief of the Participatory Diplomacy Team at the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Kathy Leach from the Foreign and...

On Thursday 15th November the BFPG collaborated with the Faith and Belief Forum’s Youth Council to host an event on ‘Faith, Soft Power and foreign policy’. The panel discussion was part of the annual interfaith summit which takes place during National Interfaith week every year....

On Monday 10th December the BFPG co-hosted the Coventry a Global City event with the West Midlands Economic Forum and Coventry University as part of our National Engagement work. The event assessed how Coventry might further enhance its international profile by utilising its soft power...

Why was the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly important for the UK in the context of the Global Britain Agenda, and what did this reveal about the UK's current relationship with the UN? Nadia Khan assesses the UK delegations commitments against the challenges...

On Wednesday 19th September, the British Foreign Policy Group hosted the event 'Revitalising UK-Latin America Engagement Post-Brexit' in partnership with British Expertise International. This event was sponsored by Anglo American plc. The event evaluated the success to date of the Canning Agenda, and explored how...

As part of the BFPG’s ongoing National Engagement Programme, the BFPG supported the Milton Keynes Chamber of Commerce’s event ‘Planning Ahead of Brexit’. This event examined local business concerns around Brexit and how they should best prepare for an exit from the EU. The event...

On Tuesday 26th June the British Foreign Policy Group (BFPG) hosted an event: "UK-Africa Strategy post-Brexit” in association with British Expertise International and sponsored by Africa Matters Limited....