Our Organizations

The IRC is an umbrella organization consisting of five IR related organizations at Berkeley. You can learn about them below.

 
 
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Delta Phi Epsilon

Delta Phi Epsilon is the only national co-ed professional foreign service and international relations fraternity.

Our membership comprises of individuals with a wide range of personal backgrounds, academic interests, and career trajectories but we are united by our passion about international affairs, shared commitment in serving the international community, and plan to pursue international careers.

 
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UC Berkeley Model United Nations

University of California, Berkeley's competitive Model United Nations team. In addition to its top ranked travel team, UCBMUN hosts the west coast's oldest running intercollegiate conference every year in spring in San Francisco, CA.

 
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Berkeley Model United Nations

Berkeley Model United Nations is a student run organization on the UC Berkeley campus dedicated to continuing its six decades of excellence as the world’s premier — and very first — United Nations simulation. Every March, over 1,900 high school students from all over the world come to Berkeley to participate in Berkeley Model United Nations. Entering its 67th session, BMUN’s mission is to spread awareness of international issues and the spirit of diplomacy through UN simulations.

 
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Amnesty International

The UC Berkeley chapter of Amnesty International works to promote human rights within our collegiate student body through advocacy, education, action, and service. Our past events have included film festivals, speakers, letter writing campaigns, and more!

 
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Sigma Iota Rho

Sigma Iota Rho is the Honors Society for International and Area Studies students at UC Berkeley. It serves as a forum for the best and brightest IAS students to come together and expand their horizons by learning from and with one another. Many members also benefit from a much closer relationship with faculty and professors than can be achieved in classroom settings.