The Oxford Forum

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This article is about the student magazine. For the research organisation, see Oxford Forum.
The Oxford Forum
Type Termly
Format Magazine
Founded January 2005
Political alignment None
Circulation 5,000
Website [1]

The Oxford Forum is a termly student magazine distributed to members of Oxford University, and available to others free of charge on request. First released in 2005, the magazine is produced and published independently by Oxford students.

Contributors[edit]

The Forum '​s former contributors include the following:

History[edit]

The Forum was founded in early 2005 by Zoe Flood with an aim to debate international affairs, British politics, media and culture. Each issue of the magazine comprises six sections. In its early days, the Forum focused on international development, British politics and new media, although the magazine has since expanded its scope to look at a diverse range of issues such as homelessness, devolution, mental health, globalisation, gender, ethics and higher education.

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