The Contest begins April 2, at Entries must be submitted by June 1, at The Contest is not open to: To enter an Entrant must:
Every year, it offers all Commonwealth youth aged 18 and under the opportunity to express their hopes for the future, opinions of the present, and thoughts on the past, through the written word. In12, young people from across the Commonwealth entered the Competition - congratulations to all!
She entered the competition as a student of Lahore Grammar School International. She says, "I have to admit that the real world, for all its flaws and complexities, holds boundless inspiration too. It takes inspiration from the life of Malala Yousafzai, opening with her famous quote "One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world.
As well as writing, she loves creating animations and looking after her dog. A student of the Transition Program at the University of British Colombia, she entered the competition "because I wished to practice engaging with global issues, and take advantage of the opportunity to develop my own opinions on the future.
She hopes to pursue a career in science in the future, "so that I can help engineer new technologies and solve the problems people face. The views expressed in the essays are not necessarily shared or endorsed by The Royal Commonwealth Society Links.Essays should answer the question by taking a stance and making a case based on argument and facts.
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