Welcome to the Westminster Russia Forum

The Westminster Russia Forum (WRF) is a UK-wide apolitical voluntary organisation created for those with an interest in Russian politics, business, history and culture, with the aim of improving relations through greater understanding.

To join WRF today, click here.

You DO NOT need to be a member of any political party to be a member of WRF.

You DO NOT need to be an expert on Russia to be involved!

You should have a genuine interest in Russia, a desire to improve understanding and enhance relations.

WRF is open to anybody with an interest of any level in the subject matter. Speakers and special guests at events are drawn often drawn from key politicians across all parties including MPs, Lords and Government Ministers.

Latest WRF News

  • Welcome from the Newly Elected WRF Executive Committee

    Posted on February 5, 2014

    Dear Members & Supporters, It is both an honour and pleasure to write to you as the newly elected Chairman of the Westminster Russia Forum. From a summer party on the terrace of the House of Commons to our hugely successful Old New Years Dinner with the Rt.Hon Jack Straw MP – the Forum has […]

  • Publication of Accounts

    Posted on February 3, 2014

    Here you can view a summary of WRF’s accounts July 2012-December 2013, outlining overall business expenditure, membership income and events costs/sales: WRF Accounts Overview  

  • Our Important Work Over The Last Year

    Posted on September 28, 2013

    It can be easy to forget the important work that Westminster Russia Forum does, so we wanted to take a moment to remind you! Over the last year we have: – Hosted more than twenty events, with speakers including Tim Yeo MP; Charles Tannock MEP; Peter Tatchell; Andrew Pierce; and Sir Jeremy Greenstock … on […]

  • Interview with Soviet Jewellery News

    Posted on September 6, 2013

    Interview by Dmitry Tamoikin for Soviet Jewelry News. Ladies and gentlemen, today we had the pleasure to interview Mr. Richard Royal, Chairman of Westminster Russia Forum, a UK based nonprofit organization that seeks to bridge the gap between the West and the East. Richard is a political commentator, activist and consultant who regularly contributes to […]

  • Does Russia need new Spokespeople to Overcome its Stereotypes?

    Posted on August 7, 2013

     Does Russia need new Spokespeople to Overcome its Stereotypes? An analysis of Westminster Russia Forum’s Summer Reception with Guest Speaker John Mann, PR Advisor to Roman Abramovich (originally appeared in Russian Mind Magazine) The awe-inspiring setting of the House of Commons was the backdrop to this year’s Westminster Russia Forum Summer Reception. Guests of varying […]

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