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.”
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.