Shamelle Rice is one of the Queen’s Young Leaders Award winners of 2016. She founded Jabez House in Barbados which provides vocational training and entrepreneurial opportunities to female sex workers. Shamelle shares her story about founding Jabez House in Barbados - which provides vocational training and entrepreneurial opportunities to female sex workers - and discusses why equality in society is so important.
Introducing the 2016 Queen's Young Leaders: Shamelle Rice
Remarks by His Majesty The King at the United Nations Office Nairobi, Kenya
As we look ahead to COP twenty-eight in another months time, we must remember what President Ruto said at the Africa Climate Summit – “we go far when we go together”.
A speech by The Queen Consort at the University of Aberdeen
Ladies and Gentlemen, you have a great past: 5 Nobel Laureates and 525 years of academic excellence. Your future, I know, will be greater still and, as your very proud...
Announcement of a State Visit by the President of South Africa
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Commonwealth Games
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Scotland
The Princess Royal and The Duchess of Cambridge visited maternal healthcare organisations
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visited the Foundling Museum
The inaugural Earthshot Prize Ceremony Awards London
The Duke of Cambridge attended The Royal Foundation’s Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium
A message from The Queen to the President and people of Barbados
The people of Barbados have held a special place in my heart.
The Queen's Commonwealth Day Message 2021
Stirring examples of courage, commitment and selfless dedication to duty have been demonstrated in every Commonwealth nation and territory.
A speech by The Duchess of Cambridge at the Royal Foundation's Forum on the Early Years
The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken of her ambition to put the Early Years on an equal footing with the other great social challenges and opportunities of our time during an...
The Duchess of Cambridge reveals the results of her 5 Big Questions survey
The Queen's 2020 Commonwealth Day Message
Such a blend of traditions serves to make us stronger, individually and collectively, by providing the ingredients needed for social, political and economic resilience
A speech by The Duchess of Cambridge at a SportsAid event, London Stadium
You may not always feel appreciated, or sometimes even noticed on the sidelines, in the car park or sitting high in the stands. But I am so proud that SportsAid recognises how...
A speech by The Duke of Cambridge at a reception for the Metropolitan and City Police Orphans Fund
Our society is defined by how we look after those who keep us all safe. It matters deeply that we help the families who play such an important role in supporting them.
An Open Letter from The Duchess of Cambridge to Midwives
A speech by The Countess of Wessex at the 100 Women in Finance 18th Annual New York Gala
I invite you all to become more visible, to be great examples to young women and, if you aren't already, to become champions and mentors.
A speech by The Duke of Cambridge the Centrepoint 50th Anniversary Gala
It might seem an odd thing to say at a milestone event such as this, but I hope that Centrepoint will not need to be around in another 50 years.