Commonwealth Parliamentarians from the Pacific region adopted the Pipitea Declaration to protect and promote human rights and agreed to support the establishment of the Commonwealth Pacific Parliamentary Human Rights Group at a seminar that concluded today
Tribute to Flora Macdonald, a former foreign minister of Canada and well-known “Red Tory”, who passed away last week.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is pleased to announce Neil Ford’s appointment as Spokesperson and Director of Communications.
Statement by Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has expressed his deep sorrow at the passing of Vanuatu statesman Hon Nipake Edward Natapei.
Commonwealth declaration to end child marriage
Crowdfunding heralded as potential source of billions of dollars of financing for developing countries.
The Commonwealth will help to unlock the potential of Caribbean countries to withstand natural disasters and economic challenges through powerful partnerships and meaningful assistance.
A New Petroleum Producers Discussion Group in Tanzania, established by Chatham House and co-sponsored by the Commonwealth Secretariat, met this week to find solutions to shared challenges.
The Commonwealth Special Envoy Dr Rajen Prasad completed his recent visit to Lesotho today
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The Commonwealth remains steadfast in its support for the Government and people of Guyana
The Nassau Declaration 22 – 26 June 2015
19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers
The study on Preventing Child Marriage in the Commonwealth: the Role of Education was launched on Wednesday at the 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers in The Bahamas.
Youth workers across the Commonwealth are to get greater access to certified courses following an agreement between The Commonwealth Secretariat, the University of the West Indies and the Commonwealth of Learning.
International Day in Support of Victims of Torture 2015 focuses on the Right to Rehabilitation, a right guaranteed by Article 14 of the Convention against Torture.
The Riverside Education Foundation in India has won first prize in the 2015 Commonwealth Education Good Practice Awards
The 19th triennial Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (19CCEM) opened Tuesday in Nassau, Bahamas.
The Commonwealth’s first forum focusing on education in small states opened in Nassau, Bahamas (Monday) with a call to ensure that the needs of small states are not eclipsed by the wider social development agenda