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Seven Bahamians for dialogues

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NASSAU – Seven Bahamians have been selected to participate in the next Caribbean-Canada Emerging Leaders’ Dialogues (CCELD), making it the largest contingent.

The programme, held annually in the Caribbean, is offered by the Duke of Edinburgh’s Emerging Leaders’ Dialogues Canada and organised under the patronage the Princess Royal, Princess Anne.

CCELD, to be held March 24 to 30 in Jamaica, is built on the proven model of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Commonwealth Study Conferences and is partnering with the University of West Indies and the Institute for the Study of International Development at McGill University in Montreal.

(CMC)

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