The Royal Commonwealth Society
Nordic-Baltic Hub


The Royal Commonwealth Society Nordic-Baltic Hub provides a unique platform for organisations wishing to profile their current activities and policies and present product launches and socio-economic projects to decision makers across the Commonwealth and Nordic-Baltic region.

Your support will help us to spread the Commonwealth principles of diversity and tolerance and enable more young people leaving in the Nordic-Baltic region to benefit from the rich experiences and educational programmes that the RCS has to offer. The RCS International Network is a valuable source of contacts, mutual support and fellowship. Constantly growing, the Network draws from the entire Commonwealth, integrating individuals, branches and regions with civil society, government and commerce, including:

  • Heads of State and Government
  • Ministers and their senior officials
  • Ambassadors and High Commissioners
  • Chambers of Commerce and Investment Promotion Agencies
  • Business leaders and institutional investors active in emerging markets


The Society depends on voluntary contributions to retain its independence. The RCS Benefactor Fellowship was introduced to support the Society's aims. Limited to 50 personally invited individuals, Benefactor Fellows are asked to make a charitable donation each year for a minimum of 3 years. All investments from our Benefactor Fellows are solely used for the purposes of the Society.

After joining, Fellows are invited to attend a select number of prestigious events throughout the year and receive regular progress reports on the work of the Royal Commonwealth Society with insights into the contemporary affairs of the Commonwealth.