Michelle is a survivor of sexual abuse and rather than let it define her and determine the journey of the rest of her life, she has used it as a powerful tool to help in the healing of others.
The policies chosen by governments for managing revenues from mining and petroleum resources will help to determine their ability to achieve sustainable development, writes Dr Daniel Wilde, economic adviser at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A new paper published by the Commonwealth explores the tax and revenue management policies which countries should follow to reap rewards from their mineral and petroleum resources.
The former president of South Africa, Thabo Mbeki, will lead the Commonwealth Observer Group in next month's general elections in Ghana.
Small and vulnerable developing countries participating in global climate talks have expressed optimism that the Commonwealth will help them to access badly needed climate finance.
The progress of some least developed countries (LDCs) is behind expectation, finds a mid-term review of an action plan to “graduate” poorest countries to developing status
Grenada’s referendum next week could mark a new chapter when it comes to the rights of people with disabilities and gender equality.
The “Together We End Violence Against Women” award will recognise and celebrate simple, innovative activities and practices that promote ending violence against women.
Hub manager, Bilal Anwar speaks about the importance of the Commonwealth Finance Access Hub and his vision for its impact.
“Young people are brave. Their actions, challenging political correctness and status quo, will continue to inspire, revolutionise and change the mindsets of policy-makers towards a safer, resilient and more equitable world.”