Message from Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma on World AIDS Day
"Final results still awaited but up to now the process has been well managed and generally peaceful. Some concerns regarding aspects of the campaign but overall the election represents further progress for Guyana"
This report presents results from a research study on the education of pupils with albinism in Malawi, co-funded by the Commonwealth Secretariat, Sightsavers, Coventry University and the University of Birmingham.
Despite peaceful and technically sound elections democratic reforms are needed.
“The CFTC is a trusted partner particularly noted for responding to the concerns of small states” – Deputy Secretary-General
Deputy Secretary-General presents inaugural Arts and Culture award
Senior Leaders Forum was an important opportunity to hear different perspectives — Vivek Srivastava
What is the role of government in making tourism more sustainable? Why should communities living near a game reserve not hunt down animals for food? Or why should they keep the forests as homes for animals instead of clearing them to increase arable land? These were among the many issues arising during a panel discussion organised by the Commonwealth Secretariat at the recently concluded World Travel Market in London on 8 November 2011.
Business advisers develop skills at training programme to further help small and medium-sized enterprises in Ghana