FUTURE FOREIGN POLICY’s official launch was on Saturday 16th November 2013 at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf. In the wake of difficult times for graduates trying to break into the public sector, foreign policy and think tank research, FFP was set up to utilise a new generation of young people’s political ideas that may have otherwise been lost. By making meaningful moves to engage young people in politics, FFP recognises that young people can do a lot more than help with campaigns, they can put their energy into their own ideas, provide beneficial research and create an impact on the future of UK international affairs.

 

By putting our belief in young people, we in turn allow them to directly experience the influence progressive ideas can have to generate positive change in the world we live in. By giving students this empowerment, they themselves can go on to become the new political thought leaders of the future.


Organisations We Work With…

 

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YATALOGOHOME

YATA

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UNA

UNA UK

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UK FCO

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The Commonwealth Secretariat

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ICCT

ICCT