Ambassadors' Dinner in London
On 10th October 2017, the RCS Nordic-Baltic Hub will organise a high-profile Ambassadors' Dinner in London. The Dinner, hosted by Eversheds Sutherland, is a perfect occasion to meet with Nordic-Baltic Ambassadors, Commonwealth High Commissioners, politicians and business executives. Companies, interested in sponsorship opportunities, are kindly requested to contact the RCS Nordic-Baltic Hub for details.
Ambassadors' Dinner in Helsinki
On 11th November 2017, the RCS Nordic-Baltic Hub will organise a high-profile Ambassadors' Dinner in Helsinki. The Dinner, hosted by Eversheds Sutherland, is a perfect occasion to meet with Nordic-Baltic and Commonwealth Resident Ambassadors, politicians and business executives. Companies, interested in sponsorship opportunities, are kindly requested to contact the RCS Nordic-Baltic Hub for details.
Commonwealth Golf Day, Finland 2017
The first of what we hope will be many Commonwealth Golf Day took place on Thursday 25th May 2017 and by all reports was a great event for everyone. This private, 43-player event was organised by the British & Commonwealth Chamber of Commerce in Finland in cooperation with The Royal Commonwealth Society Nordic-Baltic Hub at Tapiola Golf, a new 18 holes inland links course located only 15 minutes from Helsinki City centre.
The RCS Nordic-Baltic Hub Launch Dinner in Finland
The Royal Commonwealth Society Nordic-Baltic Hub was officially launched in Finland during the dinner at the newly renovated Hanaholmen Hotel and Conference Center. Dinner was kindly hosted by Gunvor Kronman, CEO of Hanaholmen. We were delighted to have a company of HRH PRINCESS ERICA OHENE-BEKOE Ghana, Ambassadors of South Africa, India, and Sweden to Finland, deputy heads of missions of Latvia and Lithuania, Elina Lepomäki MP, the Parliament of Finland, the RCS Director Michael Lake CBE and Vesa Turkki, Partner of Eversheds Sutherland, supporting the RCS Nordic-Baltic Hub.
High Commissioners' Banquet
The Banquet, first held in 1874, aims to celebrate the unity, diversity and linkages of the modern Commonwealth and is an integral part of Commonwealth Week celebrations each year. Organised by The Royal Commonwealth Society, the Banquet was held at the historic Guildhall in collaboration with the City of London Corporation. Attendees at the prestigious dinner included High Commissioners from the 53 Commonwealth nations, senior figures from the Commonwealth family, and key individuals from the worlds of politics, civil society, business and sport.
Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey
Commonwealth Day 2017 marks 40 years since Commonwealth Day became a global celebration on the same day every year: the second Monday in March. The Royal Commonwealth Society Nordic-Baltic Hub was invited to the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey, attended by Her Majesty The Queen, the Head of the Commonwealth, TRH The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry, The Duke of York and The Earl of Wessex. The Service was based around the 2017 Commonwealth theme, ‘A Peace-building Commonwealth’, and is the largest multi-faith celebration in the UK.
A Brexit Breakfast with Lord Digby Jones
Director of The Royal Commonwealth Society Nordic-Baltic Hub, Mr. Vladislav Dobrokhotov, attended a Brexit Breakfast with Lord Digby Jones. The breakfast was organised by The Royal Commonwealth Society in cooperation with PLMR (Political Lobbying and Media Relations), one of Britain’s fastest-growing communications companies. The discussion topic of the breakfast, attended by many Commonwealth High Commissioners, was "Should the UK Government prioritise trade relations with the Commonwealth?"