Sharma calls on parliamentarians to advance democracy, development and diversity
Sri Lanka is one of the eight founding members of the modern Commonwealth, and has a unique history and heritage, which form part of the Commonwealth’s rich diversity
Nobel prize-winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz has called for an enshrining of a ‘Right to Trade’ in the global trading regime, as a new initiative to help the trade performances of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable economies.
Mauritius summit ends with pledge by education ministers on collective input to UN discussions
‘It is essential that our future professionals and leaders have a say on education issues that affect them and generations to come’ - Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba
Professor Stiglitz participated in a Commonwealth roundtable on Aid for Trade on 29 August. Following the discussion he spoke to the Commonwealth about trade, the current global economic situation and the multilateral trading system
A series of historic treaties to settle maritime boundaries in the Pacific were signed today at the 43rd Pacific Islands Forum in Rarotonga, Cook Islands.
Dialogue and development key to deepening and broadening scope of collaboration.
"The fundamental cure to poverty is not money, but education," says Prime Minister of St Lucia, Dr Kenny Anthony
Youth forum opens as ministers gather for the 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers in Mauritius