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Apply Now for National Student Commonwealth Forum, Ottawa April 30- May 5, 2017


Have you ever thought that youth can be more engaged and empowered?

Now in its 45th year, the National Student Commonwealth Forum (NSCF) offers a week-long leadership and education program where Canadian youth consider and voice opinions on current issues facing Canada, the Commonwealth and the world.

The NSCF is a unique collaboration between the Royal Commonwealth Society Ottawa Branch, and Canadian Heritage, the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, Global Affairs Canada, and the High Commissioners of the Commonwealth countries with missions in Ottawa.

The NSCF leadership program selects approximately 100 of Canada’s young leaders of tomorrow, to develop the program and explore the many dimensions to today's issues, in order to build a consensus on Commonwealth resolutions towards a better future.

NSCF- Be engaged on current issues; and be empowered with knowledge, consensus building skills, and a network of peers who share similar values.

NSCF April 30-May 5, 2017 Apply Now

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