Senior officials and experts from Africa met in Nairobi to consider implications of new global trade architecture.
The Government of Grenada is working with the Commonwealth Secretariat to explore ways of boosting the country’s export potential.
The Prime Minister of Samoa has signalled that central government agencies should be strengthened to “lead and drive relevant reforms” that improve the delivery of public services.
Statement by Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma
Ministers called for greater investment to strengthen health systems in efforts to combat non-communicable diseases
Theme: Universal Health Coverage, with an emphasis on ageing and good health.
Young people from all over the Commonwealth are being asked to help set the agenda for CHOGM 2015 by participating in a social media campaign.
Statement by the Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma
Representatives of Commonwealth Accredited Organisations gathered yesterday at Marlborough House, the London headquarters of the Commonwealth.
OP-ED by Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj
Interim statement by Hon Kate Wilkinson, Chairperson of Commonwealth Observer Group
The Commonwealth Electoral Network aims to ensure elections around the 53-nation Commonwealth community are fair, credible and transparent.
Secretary-General meets with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Maldives.
Guyana Elections 2015: Commonwealth Observer Group arrival statement by Hon Kate Wilkinson
Statement by Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma.
The Caribbean must put its faith in young people if the region seeks to be at forefront of innovation and growth, writes Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj
Delegates from small states at Commonwealth Conference on Finance for Development in Small States.
Representatives from over 20 High Commissions and other guests attended an event on international humanitarian law, organised jointly by the Commonwealth Secretariat and British Red Cross
'Youth, Innovation and Sustainable Development: the Commonwealth in a Post-2015 World'.
Secretary-General deplores Kenya university attack