“Investors want to know that when they invest in a country there is the rule of law” - Mark Guthrie, Legal Adviser at the Commonwealth Secretariat
Commonwealth Secretariat jointly organises seminar to build public confidence in the judiciary
As part of celebrations to mark this year’s Commonwealth theme ‘Connecting Cultures’, last month we asked you to send in photos, video, audio or stories showing how your culture is expressed through FOOD.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has, on behalf of the Commonwealth of Nations, expressed deep sorrow at the untimely death of His Majesty King George Tupou V, of the Kingdom of Tonga.
Celebrations took place around the globe during Commonwealth Week, marking this year’s theme ‘Connecting Cultures’. Commonwealth Youth Programme Centres celebrate Commonwealth Day
Titles cover education in small states, the role of female teachers and inclusive and citizenship education
The Secretaries-General of the Commonwealth and the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie on 16 March 2012, met with several UK-based G20 ambassadors and High Commissioners, including the six G20 members of the Commonwealth and La Francophonie, to exchange views on how the two organisations can continue deepening their collaboration with the G20.
As part of a week of activities marking Commonwealth Day, the Commonwealth Youth Orchestra and Choir (CYO) launched a CD on 13 March 2012 to raise funds for the Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust.
‘Connecting Cultures’ was the focus of the Commonwealth Day Reception on 12 March, where HM Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the Commonwealth, met representatives of the 54-member association.
Increasing the number of women on company boards is about changing the mindset of those making the appointments, said Director of the International Centre for Women Leaders Professor Susan Vinnicombe, at a Commonwealth Secretariat event marking International Women’s Day 2012.