Challenges, good practices and how to improve the civil society space were the centre of discussions amongst delegates from Commonwealth countries and civil society organisations, during a gathering held in the margins of the 39th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.
Commonwealth ministers have reiterated their unequivocal and collective support for the maintenance of the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Guyana and its unimpeded right to the development of the entirety of its territory for the benefit of its people.
While the digital revolution has brought about unprecedented opportunities for global trade, developing countries and small states in the Commonwealth still face some key challenges linked to e-commerce.
Set against the backdrop of New York’s famous skyline, the world stage of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) opened this week with a passionate call to support multilateralism
Globally, the World Health Organisation estimates that one in three women experience either physical or sexual violence during their lifetime.
Commonwealth members in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreed that despite their rich diversity, including in levels of development, they are united in recognising the importance of the rules-based multilateral system as a common good
Law ministers and attorneys general from small Commonwealth jurisdictions will meet at Marlborough House in London from 4 to 5 October 2018.
The Meeting of Commonwealth Senior Officials of Law Ministries will take place at Marlborough House, London, from 1 to 3 October 2018.
Recently–arrived diplomats have reaffirmed the Commonwealth’s reputation as a platform through which officials from diverse countries can engage with each other in a spirit of comradeship and collaboration.
The International Trade Centre (ITC) and the Commonwealth Secretariat will today sign a new agreement to encourage the establishment and growth of small and medium sized businesses, including those owned by women and young people.