CX signs MoU with the Royal Commonwealth Society

We are pleased to announce that Commonwealth Exchange (CX) will be working more closely with the Royal Commonwealth Society (RCS) after signing a joint Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

This builds on CX’s strategic aim of forging strong partnerships with other organisations that share our view of the Commonwealth’s possibilities and potential in a modern context.

The MoU allows both parties the opportunity to work together on a forthcoming report on understanding Commonwealth education in young Britons.

Commenting on the agreement our Executive Director, Tim Hewish, has said:

“I am delighted to have an MoU with the RCS. As an historian by background I have always taken a keen interest in the life and works of the RCS. Having this chance to work with the RCS certainly strengthens the reach of CX as a think tank in offering practical and workable Commonwealth solutions in public policy. I look forward to the deeper association between our two organisations.”

You can read more about the RCS by visiting their website or Facebook and Twitter pages

The RCS has also kindly published a blog about CX’s latest report on enhancing Commonwealth defence and strategic connection which can be found here.