Upcoming Events

The Policy Forum runs a range of events: panel discussions, workshops, roundtables, informal discussions, conferences etc. Please check our events calendar and list below.

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SOAS Policy Forum

The SOAS Policy Forum is the self-organized student policy institute at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization that engages with public policy on international affairs. We host an array of events, conduct research into pertinent and critical issues, and provide a platform for the SOAS student body to meaningfully participate in public policy.
Ewan Tennant
Ewan TennantTuesday, May 9th, 2017 at 11:05am
Thoughts on this as a means to unify the left in Britain?
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SOAS Policy Forum added 3 new photos.Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 at 10:19am
Last night we had a fantastic discussion on what a Trump presidency might mean for US foreign policy, which filled the BGLT. Thank you to our speakers, and thanks to the audience - sorry that there were so many unanswered questions! However, throughout the year the Policy Forum will be exploring this further as the President Elect transitions into office.

Our next event is next Wednesday at 7pm in the ALT. Rajan Basra will be speaking on the crime terror nexus.

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Past Events

We regularly host speakers to talk about their research and ideas, as well as workshops and roundtables.

Previously we have hosted;

Dr Dan PleschPaul SchulteToby Fenwick and Professor Malcolm Chalmers at "Trident, to renew or not to renew".

Dr Georgia Cole and Dr Laura Hammond speaking on the "End of Refugee Status. 

Dr Harald Heubaum, Toby Webb, Dr Helen Marquad at our "Going green in the Global South" discussion.

Timothy Stafford and Dr Hasan Hakimian, on "Assessing the Iran Deal".

Sam Bowman, from the ASI on a "Right wing defence of mass immigration".

Dr Emily Skarbek, "How sweatshops benefit the poor".