The Queens Commonwealth Essay Competition 2017 launched on International Day of Peace. Royal Commonwealth Society The Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) expresses its sadness for the victims and families now dealing with the appalling conditions in Nepal following its worst earthquake in over 80 years. They were over the moon and all eager to jump in a black cab back to the hotel to begin reading. Restricting skilled worker students and technology essay visas will hit the economy and harm UK-Commonwealth relations Op-ed on impact of changes to Tier 2 visas published in City.M. The 60 young people from across the Commonwealth received their awards from Her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham Palace. They feel listened.
Meghan Markle and other senior Members of The Royal Family will attend the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on Monday 12th March. 01/09/14 Statement on Unrest in Lesotho The Royal Commonwealth Society expresses its concern over unrest in Lesotho since the 30th August and condemns any un-constitutional attempt to overthrow the elected government. 09/09/14 Commonwealth Essay Competition a Stunning Success The Royal Commonwealth Society announces that the Commonwealth Essay Competition, founded in 1883, experienced another year of extraordinary achievement. Former Singapore Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew dies at 91 The Royal Commonwealth Society is saddened today by the death of the founding father of the modern Singapore and great supporter of the Commonwealth, former Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew. National Theatre and sunset on the South Bank. Hong Kong student named Runner-Up in worlds oldest and largest essay competition Nine year old Catherine Yu, a student at Think International School in Hong Kong, has been named the Junior Runner-Up in the Royal Commonwealth Societys 2013 Commonwealth Essay Competition. All entries must be in English and are to be submitted online. Statement on the 2017 UK General Election Outcome.
Of Peace were chosen from 12,300 entries to win the 2017 Competition. And cultural activities organised by The Royal Commonwealth Society.
I still wonder that I slept at all that night. This essay would have been stronger had he actually shown us, perhaps by including a story or describing an event where his confidence madeRead more
David Dabydeen Writer and Novelist Born as David Horace Clarence Harilal Sookram in Berbice, Guyana on December 9, 1955. Her debut single, "Give It to Me Right" peaked at number 20 on the Canadian HotRead more