We are delighted to share that the 2023 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is open to entries for writers aged under 18, who are nationals or residents of all Commonwealth countries and territories, as well as residents of Hong Kong, Ireland, and Zimbabwe.
The competition asks entrants to explore the power young people hold within the global community and consider how this power can be harnessed to make a meaningful impact in the world.
- Top prize: the top two winners from each category will be awarded with a trip to London for a week of educational and cultural events, culminating in a special awards ceremony at a royal palace.
- Awards: All successful entries will receive a certificate of participation and a number of entrants will receive Gold, Silver and Bronze awards for excellence in writing.
For full details, please refer here.
Enquiries about submissions should be directed to the Royal Commonwealth Society, please always refer to their website for complete details and information.
Please note, this prize is run by the Royal Commonwealth Society, not the Commonwealth Foundation.