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13 December 2011

Commonwealth Secretary-General speaks on the critical role of women human rights defenders in creating a stronger Commonwealth

Poverty fuelling witchcraft hysteria says African charity

8 December 2011

Community members must understand that socio-economic circumstances are not caused by sorcery - Justin Bahunga

'There’s no going back on international law' – Howard Morrison

6 December 2011

UK judge urges support for international law and the ICC

Women human rights defenders speak out through storytelling and art

6 December 2011

Commonwealth events to commemorate World Human Rights Day on 10 December

Commonwealth and Red Cross collaborate on human rights

2 December 2011

Geneva events focus on human rights, trade and small states

Zero target ambitious but not impossible says Secretary-General

2 December 2011

Commonwealth marks World AIDS Day

Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation celebrates 40 years of ‘life-changing ripples’

28 November 2011

“The CFTC is a trusted partner particularly noted for responding to the concerns of small states” – Deputy Secretary-General

Commonwealth shines at international media event

23 November 2011

Deputy Secretary-General presents inaugural Arts and Culture award

World Bank welcomes Commonwealth feedback on public sector reform

22 November 2011

Senior Leaders Forum was an important opportunity to hear different perspectives — Vivek Srivastava

Commonwealth forum stresses sustainable tourism at World Travel Market

16 November 2011

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.

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