Queen’s Young Leaders Programme
In honour of The Queen’s 60-year contribution to the Commonwealth, The Queen Young Leader’s Programme is an initiative taken up by the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust in partnership with Comic Relief and the Royal Commonwealth Society. The program aims at encouraging and nurturing the aspirations of a better society and a peaceful world of the 1.3 billion young citizens of the commonwealth. Through the course of the program 240 young inspirational achievers will be honored and supported to take up leadership roles and inspire future leaders.
Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition:
The competition is open to young writers aged 18 and under who are living in, or a national of, a Commonwealth country or territory. All entries must be in English and are to be submitted online. We launched the the theme for this competition at the British High Commissioner’s residence in March, earlier this year.
Panel Discussion at the Canadian High Commissioners residence
We held a panel discussion to discuss the “Opportunities through the Commonwealth in India” in the field of Sport, Business, Culture, Education and Democracy. We had four High Commissioners on the panel at this event from Canada, South Africa, Singapore and Great Britain. The discussion was followed by a reception, where our guests interacted with the panelists and other dignitaries.
Panel Discussion at the Australian High Commission
We held a panel discussion to discuss “The Opportunities for young people through the Commonwealth in India”. Our panelists included the High Commissioners of Ghana and New Zealand, the Acting High Commissioner of Australia, a Commonwealth Youth Worker Award winner, Vice-Chairperson of the Commonwealth Youth Council and Collector – Electoral Commission of India The discussion was followed by a reception, where our guests interacted with the panelists and other dignitaries.×