“Training the next generation of foreign policy leaders.”

Oxford Diplomacy and Geopolitics Forum (ODGF)

Oxford Diplomacy and Geopolitics Forum provides elite opportunities for the next generation of world leaders and thinkers. Recognizing the gap between traditional academic programs, and the practical needs of high-level decision-making in today’s changing global environment, ODGF is committed to merging the worlds of knowledge and practice through bespoke training and networking opportunities. ODGF has an interdisciplinary focus, drawing from its global network of expertise in political science, economics, history, philosophy, and legal scholarship to tackle today’s complex issues.

Our Partners

International Association for Political Science Students

The International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) is the worldwide representation of students of political science and related studies from over 80 countries. IAPSS strives to deliver a sustainable academic contribution to the education of its young members, to foster exchange among political science students across the globe and to promote a platform for innovation of social and scientific responsibly in our discipline. IAPSS works very closely together with the International Political Science Association (IPSA), while also cooperating with the European Consortium for Political Science Research (ECPR) and the International Studies Association (ISA).

Nato Association of Canada

The mission of NATO Association of Canada is to promote peace, prosperity, and security through knowledge and understanding of the importance of NATO. We strive to educate and engage Canadians about NATO and NATO’s goal of peace, prosperity and security. NATO Association of Canada ensures that we have an informed citizenry able to contribute to discussions about Canada’s role on the world stage. The NAOC has strong ties with the Government of Canada including Global Affairs Canada and the Department of National Defence. We are constantly working to create and maintain relationships with international organizations such as the World Bank Group, the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, NATO Headquarters, the International Criminal Court, and other prominent international NGOs and think tanks.

The Atlantic Council of the United Kingdom

The Council is a longstanding organization, officially recognized by NATO, the UK Foreign Ministry, and the UK Defence Ministry, that brings together top policymakers to confront today’s pressing foreign policy, diplomatic and geopolitical challenges. The Council is directed by Alan Lee Williams, OBE. Williams is the President of the Council, the former President of the Atlantic Treaty Association, a British Labour Party politician, writer and visiting professor of politics at Queen Mary University of London.

Youth Atlantic Treaty Association of Canada

The Association exists to promote the values of democracy, rule of law, liberty, peace and security, and to reinforce the transatlantic link between North America and Europe. Through the specific lens of Canadian foreign policy, the organization is driven by young professionals and academics willing to engage with the worlds of international security and diplomacy. The Association is part of, and affiliated with, the NATO Association of Canada (NAOC).