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THE Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) – Barbados Branch recognises the role which youth must play within our society and seeks to give prominence to the voices of youth, via its programmes.

Kaye Williams, Chair of the RCS Barbados Branch, noted the above as she delivered remarks during the Award Programme for the winners of the 2019 Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, which was held at the British High Commissioner’s Residence at Ben Mar, Erdiston Road, St. Michael.

“We the Barbados Branch of the Royal Commonwealth Society are delighted to be a part of a platform that nurtures the creative talents of our young people and it’s our young people in Barbados and across the Commonwealth. We endeavour to protect literacy, expression and celebrate excellence and imagination,” she said of the RCS Barbados’ efforts to have youth compete in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition.

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