Bangladeshi Youth Tanvir selected Elizabeth's QCT Network
The Queen's Commonwealth Trust (QCT) was established on 21 April 2018 under the patronage of Her Majesty the Queen of UK Royal Family in recognition of her love and support for emerging young leaders in a lifetime of service to others. This Commonwealth based youth vibrant network works with founders and their teams on key areas of organizational improvement by putting young leaders at the heart of the process.
Sarker Tanvir Ahmed founded the international youth organization Youth Parliament in 2018 to engage young people in the practice of parliamentary democracy. He received the world's most prestigious Princess Diana Award last year for his long-term youth leadership work. This famous youth leader has won national and international awards at various times and continues to represent Bangladesh by continuing his active work.
The Queen's Commonwealth Trust focuses on long-term achievements rather than short-term impacts. It offers the potential for a vibrant opportunity for fellow young leaders to facilitate social enterprises by providing financial funding, practical tools and support. To strengthen organizations of emerging young leaders by prioritizing innovation and resourcefulness to address challenges in their countries thematic areas of health, education and employment, environment, inclusion, as well as agriculture and food, and help them reach a place where they can continue to grow in the future.
This eminent youth leader elected to Queen Elizabeth's Commonwealth Trust (QCT) said, "It is a great honor and privilege for me to join the Queen Elizabeth's Commonwealth Trust.
The youth of Bangladesh are very talented and energetic. I think that by joining the Queen's Commonwealth Trust, the continuous achievements of the Youth Parliament will allow us to keep one step ahead of others internationally. As young people representing H.M Queen, we will try to give something new to the world by working together towards positive social change".
2-years of this youth ventures program provides up to £20,000 in financial benefits each year in addition to practical support worldwide. With more than 850 young leaders from across the Commonwealth supporting each other through this network, opportunities for young people to assess their positive impact are endless.