Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma expresses his condolences
Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma today expressed Commonwealth solidarity with the people of Dominica and its Caribbean neighbours affected by tropical storm Erika this week
Secretary-General reiterates and renews the Commonwealth’s commitment to work in partnership with Tuvalu
By Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj
An independent Commonwealth Observer Group was invited by the Office of the Commissioner of Elections of Sri Lanka to observe the country’s parliamentary elections on 17 August 2015.
Compassion towards others, and a humanitarian approach, motivates much that the Commonwealth seeks to achieve, and practical action undertaken by our network of 80 Commonwealth societies and organisations.
The Commonwealth congratulates Jamaica for taking an important step to boost economic growth by committing to a second National Export Strategy.
Selected composers from across the Commonwealth will be given plenty of publicity and exposure as part of this exciting musical project by The Commonwealth Resounds.
Commonwealth election observers in Sri Lanka issue arriva statement
The two leaders agree on areas for possible collaboration.
‘Youth Civic Engagement’ - the important role that young people can play as agents of change and drivers of development.
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.
Trafficking in persons is an abomination and deep affront to Commonwealth values and threatens the very goals set out in the Commonwealth Charter.
An expression of 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.