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(PRESS RELEASE) – Four young writers have been named as the Winners and Runners-Up of The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2018, selected from approximately 12,000 entries from across the five regions of the Commonwealth.
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The competition is open to nationals and residents of all Commonwealth countries and territories, as well as residents of The Gambia, the Maldives and Zimbabwe aged 18 and under and runs from Monday 5 November until 1 June 2019.
Dr Greg Munro, Chief Executive of The Royal Commonwealth Society said, ‘This year’s entries were of an incredibly high standard, offering insightful and inspired thoughts on a wide range of topics.
It’s wonderful to see so many young people engaging with the Commonwealth through creative writing and sharing their ideas and experiences on important issues, similar to those raised at The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting earlier this year.’This article was posted in its entirety as received by
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world's oldest schools’ international writing programme, run by The Royal Commonwealth Society since 1883.
Commonwealth Essay Winning Entries
Every year, the competition receives entries from thousands of young people across the Commonwealth, in which they express their thoughts on the past, opinions of the present and hopes for the future.This media house does not correct any spelling or grammatical error within press releases and commentaries.The views expressed therein are not necessarily those of stlucianewsonline.com, its sponsors or advertisers.The Commonwealth Legal Education Association (CLEA) invites entries for the fifth Commonwealth Law Student Essay Competition.The CLEA fosters and promotes high standard of legal education in the Commonwealth.For 2019, the competition will explore , this year’s topics ask young writers to explore the shared values, interests and experiences across the network, and how they can use this to make positive change.It calls on young people to consider the potential of the Commonwealth in strengthening the cast and varied links between citizens.The competition is a highly regarded and popular international education project.Past winners include Mr Lee Hsien Loong, the Prime Minister of Singapore and writers Elspeth Huxley and Mei Fong.The competition is open to all students registered on an undergraduate law degree course within a High Education in a Commonwealth Nations.BENEFITS * Winner: £500 -1st Runner-up: £300 -2nd Runner-up: £200* The winning entry will also be published in a newsletter of the Commonwealth Legal Education and may also be published in the journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education.