The Swaziland Society was founded in 1991 with the objective of developing and strengthening educational, cultural, economic and social ties between Great Britain and Swaziland. In 2018, King Mswati III changed the name of the country to eSwatini.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in eSwatini (Swaziland).
The Society aims to foster friendship and understanding between the peoples of the two countries. The activities of the Society include the publication of Focus on Swaziland Magazine (now Focus on eSwatini); meetings, talks and social gatherings; and financial asistance to development projects in eSwatini.
Meetings of the Society have been held all over Britain in recent years - including Devon, Bath, Bristol, Whitby, Hastings, Oxford, Liphook, and Malvern.
A Swaziland Society walk in London's Hyde Park