Over 7,500 alumni from 208 countries and territories from around the world have studied a range of subjects at Diplo Academy, from contemporary diplomacy and internet governance to digital policy and humanitarian diplomacy. Many alumni members hold prominent positions in government ministries, diplomatic missions, international organisations, and other institutions.
Through this hub, we invite you to explore and connect with Diplo’s alumni.
Alumni blog posts
Read blog posts written by Diplo alumni, post your comments, and start a discussion on a topic of your interest.
10 July 2023
As we firmly step into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, disruptive technologies such as generative artificial intelligence promise not only to brin...
20 April 2023
Privacy is crucial for individuals to safeguard their personal information and data, while security measures aim to protect them from harm. However, security often requires access to private info...
Visit Diplo’s Alumni Blog to see all alumni blog posts.
Training and courses
See what Diplo Academy alumni say about our online courses and programmes, and browse through all the alumni reviews listed by the courses topics.
Master/Postgraduate Diploma in Contemporary Diplomacy
Amir Kiyaei, IGD group, South Africa
Sabrina Konzoc, Branch youth leader and international delegate, German Youth Red Cross
Advanced Diploma in Internet Governance Programme
Mustafa Yaasin Sheik, Somali Network Information Center (SONIC)
Online Meetings and Conferences
Benson Ncube, Business Development Manager, System Automation, Botswana
Andrea Becerra Pimentel, Law Student, Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico
Amb. Jerobeam Shaanika, Deputy Chef de Cabinet, Office of the President of the 74th Session of the UNGA 2019-2020
Internet Technology and Policy
Alicia Melanie Shepard, Alumni member
Gloria Oloya Awor, Consultant, Akijul – Enabling Change
DiploCircle Magazine #3 is dedicated to showcasing some of the best publications by Diplo-related people in 2021.
As of 2022, the magazine will be fused with the Diplo Wisdom Circle initiative in order to continue promoting the best pieces published across various outlets.
Amb. Kishan S. Rana (Honorary Member, Institute of Chinese Studies, New Deli; Emeritus Professor, Diplo) discusses his new book Churchill and India: Manipulation or Betrayal?, published by Routledge, which focuses on the complex relationship between Winston Churchill and India in the context of the later phase of the British Empire.
Find out more about the book on Routledge’s website.