The LIMUN Foundation’s mission would not be possible without the continued support of our partners. We would like to thank both the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (SOAS) and the Embassy of France, London for their substantial support and contributions.
Embassy of France
The Embassy of France promotes and explains French policy on Europe (EU reforms, Brexit etc) and international issues (Iran, Syria, the Sahel, climate, proliferation etc.), while seeking to further France’s interests in the United Kingdom and build stronger ties in areas like trade, culture, research and education, the economy and defence. It also holds regular public events to raise awareness of France and its values and has regular features within the French and British media. We are also delighted to host Arnaud Balner, Political Counsellor and Chief of Staff to the French Ambassador to the United Kingdom, as part of the Careers in Diplomacy panel in Central Hall Westminster. We are very grateful to the Embassy for partnering with us and are excited to develop our relationship further over LIMUN’s new decade.
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)
The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London welcomes the brightest minds to study on its central London campus with like-minded individuals who feel passionately about contemporary world issues. The School of Interdisciplinary Studies, SOAS, offers a home for interdisciplinary on-campus and distance learning teaching and research in the social sciences, particularly in relation to Asia, Africa and the Middle East. SOAS programmes are taught by respected specialists engaged in fieldwork and research, which influences both government policy and the lives of individuals across the globe.
The Centre for International Studies & Diplomacy (CISD), part of SOAS, is committed to the promotion of excellence in teaching, scholarship and research. Drawing on the academic expertise of both the Centre and other SOAS departments, CISD programmes seek to look beyond the traditional Western-centric approach. CISD is a preferred supplier of bespoke diplomatic training to the UK‘s Foreign Office Diplomatic Training Academy, and the global SOAS students are encouraged to develop a truly global perspective and are uniquely placed to inform and shape current thinking about the challenges the world faces and to make a meaningful contribution to society.