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QCT In Conversation with The Duke and Duchess of Sussex: Digital for Good

On August 17th 2020, The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT) joined a group of young leaders from our network and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex to discuss social media and the role of the online world as a force for good. Participants in the conversation were Brighton Kaoma, founder of Agents of Change Foundation in Zambia; Hunter Johnson, founder of The Man Cave in Australia; Rosie Thomas, co-founder of Project Rockit in Australia; and, Vee Kativhu, Study & Empowerment YouTuber and founder of ‘Empowered by Vee,’ The discussion was chaired by Chief Executive of QCT, Nicola Brentnall. In this film, the participants take a closer look at the power and potential of digital communities, collaboration and positive behaviours. The Duke of Sussex commented during the discussion: “No one could have predicted just how the world was going to change in such a short space of time, especially with the digital space. But hearing you guys, and knowing the broad spectrum that QCT engulfs, you’re the definition of the 21st century Commonwealth, and what it means to be part of it.” Find out more about the work of The Queen's Commonwealth Trust at https://www.queenscommonwealthtrust.org/ Disclaimer: The Queen’s Commonwealth Trust (QCT) is an independent organisation. Views expressed on the QCT website do not represent views of the Royal Family or the Royal Household. The QCT website offers a free and open forum where young people can share insights, expertise, advice and inspiration and come together to discuss issues that matter to them. The content and discussions shared by QCT are only intended to reflect the perspectives of those engaging with the platform. Copyright: The Queen's Commonwealth Trust
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