Young people from around the Commonwealth will use the
Glasgow 2014 Games to learn how to make a difference to their
Commonwealth Games Minister Shona Robison has announced Scottish Government investment of £60,000 in "33Fifty: The Commonwealth Youth Leadership Programme", delivered by the Royal Commonwealth Society and Common Purpose.
On 16 March a group of 100 exceptional senior leaders drawn from governments, businesses and NGOs across the 54 countries of the Commonwealth will gather in London for the first CSCLeaders, a renewal of the Commonwealth Study Conferences.
Over 8 days they will receive briefings from global leaders on global trends, and in small groups will visit different UK cities to investigate the challenge: How do people from communities which have spread across the ...
CSCLeaders is a new partnership between
HRH The Duke of Edinburgh Commonwealth Study Conference (UK
Fund) and Common Purpose.
CSCLeaders will assemble exceptional leaders from across the Commonwealth to tackle challenges that government, businesses and society face today and build the relati ...