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April 29th, 2014

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma answered questions from young people from around the globe for Commonwealth Day 2014, covering subjects such as youth unemployment, corruption, the environment and the role of young people.

In this compilation video watch Mr Sharma’s answers to the following questions:

Tayo Elegbede, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Nigeria, asked Mr Sharma about what the Commonwealth is doing to address youth unemployment.

Alisha Lewis, a Commonwealth Correspondent from New Zealand, asked Mr Sharma about his vision for the role of young people in the Commonwealth.

Pak Yiu, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Australia, asked what is on the agenda for Mr Sharma’s final two years in office.

Shomira Sanyal, a Commonwealth Correspondent from India, asked Mr Sharma about the importance the Commonwealth attaches to environmental protection and sustainable development.

Ayodeji Morakinyo, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Nigeria, asked Mr Sharma about what the Commonwealth is doing to help tackle corruption in its member states.

Learn more about becoming a Commonwealth Correspondent here: http://www.yourcommonwealth.org/

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Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma answered questions from young people from around the globe for Commonwealth Day 2014, covering subjects such as youth unemployment, corruption, the environment and the role of young people.

In this compilation video watch Mr Sharma’s answers to the following questions:

Tayo Elegbede, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Nigeria, asked Mr Sharma about what the Commonwealth is doing to address youth unemployment.

Alisha Lewis, a Commonwealth Correspondent from New Zealand, asked Mr Sharma about his vision for the role of young people in the Commonwealth.

Pak Yiu, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Australia, asked what is on the agenda for Mr Sharma’s final two years in office.

Shomira Sanyal, a Commonwealth Correspondent from India, asked Mr Sharma about the importance the Commonwealth attaches to environmental protection and sustainable development.

Ayodeji Morakinyo, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Nigeria, asked Mr Sharma about what the Commonwealth is doing to help tackle corruption in its member states.

Learn more about becoming a Commonwealth Correspondent here: http://www.yourcommonwealth.org/