International Relations Society

The Australian National University International Relations Society is one of the ANU's largest student-run organisations, with undergraduate and postgraduate student members, non-student members, and members from outside the ANU. Some student organisations are centred on particular degrees or specialisations, but we think the subject matter is all that counts – you only need to be interested in the world around you to be a member of the Society!

The Society was founded with three main aims:

- To promote the academic study of International Relations and Politics in the University environment;

- Facilitate the interaction of International Relations Students with each other in order to support each other, and enhance the learning experience;

- To give a social setting for those studying International Relations to further the enjoyment of study and allow them to interact with future colleagues and/or employers

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We pay our respect to Elders, past and present, and commit to standing with our first nations people.

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