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Commonwealth Youth Programme proposes professional association for youth development workers

26 August 2011

Meeting looks at the future of Commonwealth youth development workers

Commonwealth chair to co-host UN event on women’s political participation

22 August 2011

Commonwealth Chair-in-Office Kamla Persad-Bissessar to raise awareness on women’s leadership role at UN General Assembly event

Jubilee Time Capsule to celebrate Queen’s 60 years as Head of Commonwealth

22 August 2011

Royal Commonwealth Society calls for public contributions

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General meets Tuvalu Prime Minister

17 August 2011

Deputy Secretary-General Ransford Smith briefs Tuvalu Prime Minister on recommendations of the Eminent Persons Group and preparations for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting

Secretary-General mourns Sir Paul Reeves as 'longstanding, dedicated and true friend of the Commonwealth'

14 August 2011

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma said he was deeply saddened at news of the passing away of Sir Paul Reeves on Sunday, 14 August 2011.

Pan-Commonwealth Youth Caucus: International Youth Day Message

12 August 2011

This year we mark International Youth Day under the theme ‘Change our World’. The Pan-Commonwealth Youth Caucus joins the rest of the world in celebrating and acknowledging the contribution of young people towards making our global community a better place.

Let us be the change we want to see

12 August 2011

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General and the Pan-Commonwealth Youth Caucus laud International Youth Day

Youth for change in the Commonwealth

12 August 2011

Commonwealth News meets the chair and deputy chair of the Pan-Commonwealth Youth Caucus

Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba, Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General: International Youth Day Message

12 August 2011

International Youth Day this year brings to a close the International Year of Youth, dedicated to Dialogue and Mutual Understanding. Throughout the year, young people in national youth councils, schools, youth clubs, faith and non-government organisations responded to the call to use their talent, energy and creativity, to raise and address issues of development and democracy.

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