Queen s commonwealth essay competition 2018 results
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Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021 (Prize + Certificate)
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition /
Chouhdury joined the virtual event from Singapore as he was conferred the award by Camilla Parker-Bowles — the Duchess of Cornwall, who is the royal patron of the event. The ceremony revealed the winners from a 'staggering' 13, entries across the 58 Commonwealth nations. In the junior category, the winners included a year-old schoolgirl Eleni Bazikamwe from Ghana and a year-old girl Cassandra Nguyen from Canada. The ceremony included notable literary figures, actors, and humanitarians from across the Commonwealth.
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The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020/2021
More than 11, young people from across the Commonwealth entered the Competition and from that number, came from the Americas and the Caribbean. The two illustrations below show the results from last year as compared to this year. Participation was greater and there has been an increase in the number of gold and bronze awardees, and small decrease in the number of silver awardees.
Winners will travel to London for a Winners' Week of educational and cultural events. It is open to Commonwealth citizens and residents aged up to 18 years, in two categories. The Competition is an opportunity for all young Commonwealth citizens and residents, regardless of region, education or background, to share ideas, celebrate their story and have their voice heard - all whilst developing key skills. For , we want to hear from more young people across the Commonwealth, all stories and voices are important.