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Glasgow 2014 is a showcase for friendship, says Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma
Ahead of the Commonwealth games, Sports Ministers reflect on the importance of sharing experiences on common issues in sports policy.
Sport Is a unifying force that brings humanity together, writes Deodat Maharaj, Deputy Secretary-General for Economic Development
Commonwealth human rights experts discuss establishment of a national human rights institution for Jamaica with government and institutions
Commonwealth sports ministers and senior officials have called for “the power of sport” to be recognised as an important driver for social and economic development. They made the call at the Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting in Glasgow yesterday.
The Commonwealth at 65: From London to Valletta' - Public Lecture by Joseph Muscat, Prime Minister of Malta
A minute's silence was observed at the opening of the Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting in Glasgow
Sports Ministers and senior officials from Commonwealth nations issued a communiqué following their meeting in Glasgow
To mark the Commonwealth Games 2014 opening in Glasgow this week, the Commonwealth Youth Orchestra & Choir has held the first ever Commonwealth Music Competition
Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport offers recommendations ahead of 7th Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting
The Deputy Prime Minister of Lesotho, Mothetjoa Metsing has said the study tour of Members of Parliament and senior officials from his country which he led to New Zealand has enabled them to better understand government under a Mixed Member Proportion (MMP) system.
Three law students from Kenya, Uganda and Zambia have been crowned joint winners of the first ever Commonwealth Moot Court Competition.
Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj reports back following a successful meeting with the President of Malta. "This partnership will see enhanced delivery of our work to deal with specific debt challenges of small states through a combination of policy and technical capacity building efforts" - Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj
Download the proceedings report for the Third Global Biennial Conference on Small States 2014.
The Government of Malta and the Commonwealth have signed a landmark agreement to enhance the capacity of small states to record, analyse and manage their debt.
Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj will attend the forthcoming Meeting of Heads of Government from the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) taking place in Antigua and Barbuda from 1 to 3 July 2014.
Commonwealth Secretary-General releases report of the observer mission that was present during the 2014 elections in South Africa
Youth unemployment will remain in the shadows unless we address patchy and ambiguous data, writes Commonwealth Youth Affairs Director Katherine Ellis in an opinion piece for The Guardian.
A coalition of international experts and youth leaders moved a step closer to defining comprehensive indicators for youth development during a data symposium at the Commonwealth’s headquarters last week