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Foreign Policy Centre

Ideas for a fairer world


FPC Membership Scheme

Membership of the Foreign Policy Centre is open to individuals who wish to engage more closely with foreign policy issues and the work of the Foreign Policy Centre.

Foreign policy has never been more important in politics and in society generally. Join today from as little as £45 a year by completing this form. If you have any questions please contact anna[dot]owen[at]

If you would like to engage with the work of the Centre more closely and make a larger donation, please contact the FPC Director, Josephine Osikena, who would be pleased to discuss the options with you: josephine[dot]osikena[at]

Why join the Foreign Policy Centre?

The Foreign Policy Centre is a leading British think tank, established in 1998. The Centre's aim, carried through research, publications and events, is to develop practical solutions to global challenges. Speakers at FPC events have included: Rt Hon David Cameron MP, Rt Hon Jeremy Corbyn MP, Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP, Rt Hon Hilary Benn MP, Rt Hon David Miliband, Baroness (Catherine) Ashton, Rt Hon Tony Blair, Tim Farron MP, Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke, Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, Rt Hon Nick Clegg and Rt Hon Charles Kennedy and Lord (Paddy) Ashdown. "The Foreign Policy Centre brings new thinking to British diplomacy" - The Times

"A revolution in foreign policy" – BBC

"The Foreign Policy Centre makes foreign policy feel less like the preserve of an elite and more the topic of national conversation" - The Guardian

Join the Foreign Policy Centre and you'll receive the following benefits:

All this is available for just £45* a year – save £10 by subscribing by standing order.

To join please fill in a membership form.

Download FPC Membership Form Form (150 kilobyte PDF)

Our partners

Generous support for FPC research, events and other activities has been received from the following organisations:

Abbott UK, Accenture, ActionAid UK, AFFORD, African Development Bank, Agusta Westland, Alif-Aleph UK, Anglo American, APCO, Armor Group, Article 19, , Barclays PLC, Barrow Cadbury Trust, BAT, BBC World Service Trust, BG Group, Bow Group, BP International, Bright Red Dot Foundation, British Airways, British Council, British Nuclear Fuels PLC, Brown Lloyd James, Brunei Embassy, Business Action for Africa, Business for New Europe, CAFOD, Canadian High Commission, CDC Group, Centrica, Channel 4, Chechnya Peace Forum, City and Financial, Civil Activity Fund, Clifford Chance, Coca-Cola Great Britain, Commonwealth Secretariat, Community, Consular Directorate, Control Risks, Corporation of London, Denton Wilde Sapte, Department for International Development, Diageo Africa, Eligo International, Embassy of Qatar, Embassy of Sweden, Embassy of the Czech Republic, EU-Russia Centre, European Commission Representation in the United Kingdom, European Friends of Armenia, Eurotunnel, EU Russia Centre, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, G4S UK, Gardant Communications, German Marshall Fund, GKN, Grand Magistral Delegation for Inter-Religious Relations of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, Green Globe Network, High Commission of India, High Commission of Pakistan, Hill & Knowlton, Home Office, Honda Motor Europe Ltd, HSBC, Hungarian Embassy, IFN, International Alert, International Power, ISTC, Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust, KPMG, Linklaters, Local Government International Bureau, Lovells LLP, LSE, Marie Stopes International, MBDA, Merrill Lynch, Middlesex University, National Audit Office, Nestlé, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nuclear Industry Association, Nuffield Trust, OMA, Open Dialog Foundation, Open Society Foundations, Open University, Overseas Development Institute, Oxfam, PartyGaming, Pears Foundation, POLIS, Polity, Prudential, Queen Mary University of London, Refugee Council, Reuters, RIA Novosti, Rio Tinto, Royal Bafokeng Nation, Royal Danish Embassy, Royal Norwegian Embassy, RSA, RSPB, Russia Foundation, Saab Technologies UK, SAB Miller, Scottish Parliament, Six Continents, Slovak Embassy, Standard Chartered, Stone Ashdown Trust, Stop Child Executions, Targetfollow Group, TC Infotech Ltd, TEAS, This is Africa, TUC, UNICEF, United Nations Association, United Utilities, University of Essex, University of Leeds, US Department of State, Venezuelan Embassy, Webb Memorial Fund, Weber Shandwick, Welsh Assembly, World Vision, WWF UK.

The Foreign Policy Centre is a partner of CSS Resources, a Swiss based global library of public policy information based at the Centre for Security Studies. Their website is: