Founded in 2012, UCL Diplomacy Society is University College London’s biggest international affairs focused society. It aims to introduce students to the diplomatic career path and inform them about politics, international relations and current global issues. It is a non-politically affiliated society that strives to provide students with an in-depth understanding of today's challenges and a wide range of topics and opinions to reflect on. We invite ambassadors, professors, and leaders involved in world politics to unique and exceptionally engaging conferences and roundtables at UCL to achieve this aim. We also organise small groups of selected students, formal dinners with our high profile guests and embassy visits.In 2019 we launched our editorial platform 'The Diplomacy Review' with its monthly articles, termly journals, youtube channel and podcasts to offer various ways of engaging with international affairs. The Diplomacy Society is a proud alliance society of the Bentham Brooks Institute, UCL's first student-led think tank formed by the 5 biggest international affairs at UCL. It encompasses a bespoke research program to produce peer-reviewed, high-quality research policy papers to influence policy-makers and influential figures.