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
Partnership agreement signed to strengthen civil society participation in upcoming 19CCEM.
Statement by Secretary-General on elections in Nigeria
The Commonwealth Observer Group to Nigeria’s 2015 Presidential and National Assembly Elections issues its interim statement.
Project aims to boost prospects of Caribbean small states in areas such as security, innovation and energy and private sector development.
Newly-established CEGT meets for the first time in Malta to consider trade challenges.
Senior officials and legal experts meet to consider rule of law and post-2015 development agenda from the perspective of small Commonwealth states.
Commonwealth Spokesperson statement on Guyana
Nigeria elections 2015: arrival statement by Commonwealth Observer Group
Secretary-General extends his condolences following the death of Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore’s first Prime Minister
Secretary-General extends his condolences to Mr Fraser's family and to the people of Australia on behalf of the Commonwealth family.
Dr Ojiambo was addressing Ministers and senior officials responsible for gender equality and women’s empowerment at the Commonwealth’s annual women’s affairs consultation in New York.
The Commonwealth Secretariat and African Union (AU) held a high-level dialogue in New York last week to address women’s political leadership in delivering democracy and development in Africa.
The Commonwealth Secretariat and African Union have held discussions in Addis Ababa on ways to strengthen collaboration in trade advocacy, electoral support and women’s leadership, among other areas.
Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma calls on the wider Commonwealth family to provide support to Vanuatu and Tuvalu.
Visit of the Secretary-General to UNESCO
The Commonwealth has taken note of the verdict released by the Criminal Court of Maldives on 13 March 2015.
Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has written to the Prime Ministers of Vanuatu and Tuvalu following the devastation and loss of life wrought by Cyclone Pam.