Small states face a special set of development challenges, making them especially vulnerable to economic and environmental shocks.
The winner of the logo design competition for the 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (19CCEM) was announced on the 28 July at a press conference in Nassau, The Bahamas, by The Bahamas Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Jerome Fitzgerald.
Nominations closing soon (30th August) for Commonwealth Youth Worker Awards 2014
The Commonwealth in partnership with Elevation Networks, a youth employment charity, brought together student leaders for the first Diaspora Leadership Summit, in partnership with Elevation Networks, a youth employment charity
Statement on the unfolding political situation in Pakistan by Commonwealth Secretary-General’s Spokesperson
More than £5 million was raised for children of the Commonwealth thanks to a new partnership between UNICEF, Glasgow 2014 and the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF).
The theme for International Youth Day ‘Youth and Mental Health’ presents a welcome opportunity for us to consider a subject which is still taboo in too many Commonwealth countries -- Deodat Maharaj, Deputy Secretary-General
Ministers hail sport and physical education commitments agreed between India and Lesotho, Jamaica and South Africa, at Commonwealth meeting
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has underscored the importance of conducting elections that enjoy the trust and confidence of citizens across the 53 nation organisation.
To mark their loss, high level representatives of Commonwealth member countries gathered in Glasgow on Monday - following the close of the Commonwealth Games - to attend a special commemoration.
We salute all those who have worked so hard to deliver a superb festival of excellence of which the Commonwealth collectively can feel proud.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma today expressed condolences to the families that have lost loved ones in the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus in Sierra Leone and other neighbouring countries in West Africa.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma expresses solidarity with the Government of Nigeria and families of the 276 schoolgirls who were abducted from a secondary school in Chibok, Borno State in April.
Ever wondered what The Commonwealth stands for today? We've launched a video to show who and what the Commonwealth is about in the modern world.
Ahead of the Commonwealth games, Sports Ministers reflect on the importance of sharing experiences on common issues in sports policy.
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