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Departure statement by the Commonwealth Special Envoy to Lesotho, Dr Rajen Prasad Lesotho

27 June 2015

The Commonwealth Special Envoy Dr Rajen Prasad completed his recent visit to Lesotho today

Education hub launched in Bahamas Children with their hands in the air

27 June 2015

A virtual one-stop shop knowledge service for education professionals and planners

Commonwealth support for Guyana’s borders and territory

27 June 2015

The Commonwealth remains steadfast in its support for the Government and people of Guyana

Education Ministers Declaration from 19th CCEM Educational Ministers

26 June 2015

The Nassau Declaration 22 – 26 June 2015

Video: 19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers

26 June 2015

19th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers

New Commonwealth report on child marriage is launched

26 June 2015

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.

New partnership will boost youth work education Signing of the Memorandum of Understanding by the Commonwealth Secretariat, University of the West Indies and Commonwealth of Learning

25 June 2015

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.

Statement: International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

24 June 2015

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.

Education Good Practice winners announced Children in a classroom

24 June 2015

The Riverside Education Foundation in India has won first prize in the 2015 Commonwealth Education Good Practice Awards

Bahamas meeting opens with call to ‘act now’ on education goals Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma

24 June 2015

The 19th triennial Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers (19CCEM) opened Tuesday in Nassau, Bahamas.

Small states’ education needs a voice Deodat Maharaj

23 June 2015

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

Bahamas all set for education meeting Jerome K. Fitzgerald, Minister of Education, Science and Technology of The Bahamas

21 June 2015

The Bahamas is set to welcome delegates to the Commonwealth’s largest ministerial meeting, which begins in Nassau on Tuesday.

Supporting the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Dr Josephine Ojiambo

20 June 2015

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Dr Josephine Ojiambo's speaks at the 2015 Commonwealth Local Government Conference, Gaborone, Botswana

World Oceans Day 2015 Coastline of Tonga

8 June 2015

Statement by Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma

African agencies seek broad coalition to fight corruption

5 June 2015

The heads of anti-corruption agencies in Africa have called for greater collaboration between governments, media, the public and international organisations, as part of a coordinated drive to root out corruption across the continent.

Commonwealth Secretariat celebrates 50 years Commonwealth at 50 logo

4 June 2015

The Commonwealth Secretariat celebrates 50 years since it was established on 25 June,1965.

African integration vital for global trade success Ship at Lagos

29 May 2015

Senior officials and experts from Africa met in Nairobi to consider implications of new global trade architecture.

Grenada explores options for export development Men unload cargo at a port

29 May 2015

The Government of Grenada is working with the Commonwealth Secretariat to explore ways of boosting the country’s export potential.

Pacific governments meet to strengthen public service delivery  Two women are seated whilst attending public service delivery meeting

27 May 2015

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.

World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma

20 May 2015

Statement by Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma

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