Overseas is the quarterly membership magazine for the Royal Over-Seas League. Established by our founder Sir Evelyn Wrench in 1915, the journal is ROSL's primary method of communication with our global membership; providing informative articles about world issues, club news and details about our latest events.
Focusing on a variety of international subjects and issues, Overseas features insightful editorial highlighting ROSL's links with and strong interest in the Commonwealth. Taking a thematic approach, each edition delves into the topics that matter most to members; recent issues have covered philanthropy, language, women, memory, the arts, the Commonwealth, and the environment, among others.
As each topic calls for different expertise, we ask industry experts and call on our global membership to answer the day's burning questions. We also feature updates on ROSL's arts and education projects and recommendations for things to see and do in the UK, as well as news and events from ROSL London and our branches around the world.
Published quarterly in March, June, September and December, the magazine is posted to each of our members and is available from Over-Seas House. It is also sent to many organisations and associations who take an interest in ROSL, the Arts and the Commonwealth. Read the latest interactive online edition by clicking on the cover below, or view the print edition in the Overseas archive.