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The Royal Commonwealth Society is proud to showcase our new film to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the issuance of Magna Carta and the MAGNA CARTA CANADA 2015 TOUR.

BEHOLD THE LIGHT OF DAY | THE STORY OF THE MAGNA CARTA

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About RCS Canada

The Royal Commonwealth Society of Canada (RCS) is both a learned Society and club, non-partisan, independent of governments and supported solely by public generosity. The RCS engages with its youth, civil society, business and government networks to address issues that matter to the Citizens of the Commonwealth. Its primary focus is to the promotion of young people throughout the Commonwealth.

The Royal Commonwealth Society of Canada has six affirmations, which underline the intrinsic values which the entire Royal Commonwealth Society of Canada shares, regardless of religion.

Six Affirmations

STEWARDSHIP

We affirm our respect for the whole of the natural world and acknowledge our responsibility for exercising our stewardship with care and consideration for all its elements.

DIGNITY OF EACH PERSON

We affirm our common faith in the dignity and unique worth of the human person, independent of colour, class or creed.

JUSTICE AND PEACE

We affirm our common faith in the need to establish justice for every individual and through common effort to secure peace and reconciliation between nations.

LOVING RELATIONSHIPS

We affirm our common faith in the need to assert the supremacy of love in all human relationships.

SERVICE AND SACRIFICE

We affirm our membership of one of the human family and our concern to express it in service and sacrifice for the common good.

COOPERATION AND FRIENDSHIP

We affirm that the aim of the Royal Commonwealth Society is to promote consultation, cooperation and friendship throughout the Commonwealth, with Queen Elizabeth II as the Head of the Commonwealth.

"The Commonwealth offers a pathway for this greater understanding and the opportunity to expand upon our shared experiences in a wider world. A world in which paths to mutual respect and common cause may also be explored and, which can draw us together, stronger and better than before."

HM Queen Elizabeth II

Head of the Commonwealth

Kamalesh Sharma was India’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom before he became the Commonwealth Secretary-General.

During his career he has served as the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General to Timor Leste and India’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York and Geneva.

Kamalesh Sharma of India

The Commonwealth Secretary-General (2008-)

"In 100 years' time, historians may well judge that one of Britain's greatest gifts to humanity was the Commonwealth."

Arnold Smith of Canada

The Commonwealth Secretary-General (1965-1975)