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Commonwealth and Francophonie meet ahead of global summits

3 May 2012

"Two large, seriously committed organisations that champion the voices and concerns of the marginalised and vulnerable have a crucial contribution to make" - Commonwealth Secretary-General

World Press Freedom Day message

3 May 2012

There cannot be a properly functioning democracy without a free and responsible press - Commonwealth Secretariat

Commonwealth acts enthral at Diamond Jubilee festival

2 May 2012

Performers showcase the rich cultures and creativity of the Commonwealth at festival celebrating Diamond Jubilee

Commonwealth conference on excellence in public service

1 May 2012

Sri Lanka to host two-day event in May

Commonwealth assists Cook Islands in accessing resource-rich seabed

30 April 2012

Pacific small island state seeks exclusive access to potentially lucrative seabed resources over an area of 416,000 square kilometres

Secretariat wins award for youth-led website

30 April 2012

YourCommonwealth.org named ‘Communicator of the Year 2012’

Commonwealth examines challenges faced by persons with disabilities

30 April 2012

Meeting to discuss UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

South-South trade can be a win-win scenario – Ransford Smith

27 April 2012

Commonwealth and UNCTAD explore new trade opportunities for less developed countries

Working together to sustain the gains on World Malaria Day

26 April 2012

Commonwealth Secretariat and leading health organisations discuss the current malaria situation and what needs to happen to 'Sustain Gains, Save Lives: Invest in Malaria'

Deputy Secretary-General to moderate high-level panel on international trading system

24 April 2012

"The task we have is to consider how to achieve coherence, and at the same time, ensure that the smallest, poorest and most vulnerable countries are not left behind" - Ransford Smith