Ushindani wa Jumuiya ya Madola ya Madola ya Jumuiya ya Madola ya Waandishi wa Vijana kutoka Mataifa ya Umoja wa Mataifa

Mwisho wa Maombi: Mei 1st 2019

Jumuiya ya Kitaifa ya Jumuiya ya Madola is pleased to announce the theme for The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2019 XCHARX A Connected Commonwealth.

Building on the 2018 theme of Kwa siku zijazo za baadaye, this year’s topics ask young writers to explore the shared values, interests and experiences across the network, and how they can use this to make positive change. It calls on young people to consider the potential of the Commonwealth in strengthening the cast and varied links between citizens.

For 2019, we want to hear from all young people, regardless of schooling, education or region. All stories and voices are important.

The competition is open to all citizens and residents of the Commonwealth aged 18 and under and runs from Monday 5 November until 1 June 2019. All entrants receive a Certificate of Participation and one Winner and Runner-up from the Senior and Junior categories will win a trip to London for a week of educational and cultural events.

mada

CATEGORY KATIKA

Born between 2 June 2000 and 1 June 2005 (14-18 years of age)

  1. ‘You are the most optimistic, connected generation the world has ever known.’ HRH The Duke of Sussex. How can you use Commonwealth connections for positive change?
  2. Connected by the oceans; can we work together to protect the environment?
  3. ‘We are all now connected by the Internet’ – Stephen Hawking. What does the future hold for humankind?
  4. Family, Community, Nation, Commonwealth. What are the opportunities for shared, sustainable growth?

JUNIOR CATEGORY

Born on or after 2 June 2005 (under 14 years of age)

  1. My cultural connections.
  2. An overseas visitor is coming to your town for the first time. How would you connect with them?
  3. A place I feel connected to.
  4. The Commonwealth connects people across borders – what can we learn from our neighbours?

Judges described entries to the competition in 2018 as ‘‘fantastically imaginative’, ‘hopeful’, ‘quite exceptional’ and ‘passionate’. We expect a similarly high calibre of writing for 2019.

Mwongozo:

Entries will be disqualified if they fail to meet any of the following requirements:

    1. The competition is open to nationals or residents of all Commonwealth nchi na wilaya, as well as residents of the Maldives and Zimbabwe. Residents of non-Commonwealth countries whose entries are submitted through their local RCS branch are also eligible.
    2. Entrants must select a Senior or Junior topic depending on their age on 1st June 2019. Senior entrants must be born between 2nd June 2000 and 1st June 2005 (14-18) and Junior entrants must be born after 2 June 2005 (under 14 years of age).
    3. Upeo wa neno upeo ni Maneno ya 1,500 kwa Mwandamizi entries na 750 words for Junior entries. These word limits apply to all topics and all formats (essay, poem, letter, etc). Exceeding the word count will result in automatic disqualification.
    4. Entries lazima ziandikwa kwa Kiingereza.
    5. Tu one entry per participant is allowed. Once an essay is submitted, students/teachers will Kumbuka have the opportunity to revise it. Please carefully check and improve your writing before submitting the final copy, and also ensure that all supplementary information is filled in correctly (name, contact details, topic number, etc.)
    6. Plagiarism is not accepted in the competition. Every year a number of students are disqualified because they are suspected of plagiarism.

Timeline:

  • All online entries must be submitted before midnight (GMT) on 1st June 2019; any offline entries must arrive at RCS London by 1st huenda 2019

Having trouble submitting your essay? Contact mashindano@thercs.org

Jinsi ya Kuwasilisha:

Offline submissions are very difficult to process and can mean that your entry arrives after the Competition closing date. We will only accept an offline entry where the person submitting has no access to internet and is unable to submit online.

If you are submitting your entry by post, please complete an fomu ya kuingia in block capitals and attach it to the front of your essay. Entries should be sent to your nearest postal hub, details of which are listed below.

Please note that for postal entries, your essay must be received by 1 May 2019 in order to be eligible. We therefore suggest that you send your essay with plenty of time for delivery, as essays received by a postal hub after 1 May will not be considered in the competition.

Ulaya
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition
Jumuiya ya Kitaifa ya Jumuiya ya Madola
Commonwealth House
55-58 Pall Mall
London
SW1Y 5JH
UK

Africa
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition
Tume ya Uingereza ya juu
Julius Nyerere Links
PO Box 296
Accra
Ghana

Amerika na Caribbean
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition
Jumuiya ya Kitaifa ya Jumuiya ya Madola
PO Box 878
Bridgetown
barbados

Asia
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition
Idara ya Elimu
British Council
30 Napier Road
Singapore 258509

Pacific
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition
PO Box 10-741
Wellington 6143
New Zealand

Please ensure your envelope is clearly labelled with ‘The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition’.

Kwa Taarifa Zaidi:

Tembelea Tovuti rasmi ya Mshindani wa Majumuiya ya Madawati ya Madola ya 2019

TAFUTA MAFUNZO

Tafadhali ingiza maoni yako!
Tafadhali ingiza jina lako hapa

Tovuti hii inatumia Akismet kupunguza spam. Jifunze jinsi maoni yako yanasindika.