Leading political figures from across the spectrum have united in calling on Cameroonians to engage in dialogue to resolve the ongoing challenges within the country.
A look back at key moments from the Commonwealth Secretariat over the last 12 months
The Secretary-General of the Commonwealth has called for unity and peace during a meeting with the President of Cameroon.
The Commonwealth joined Mauritius’ Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) to commemorate the UN’s International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9.
Thirty-seven participants aged between 19 and 30 from across 22 Commonwealth countries recently took part in a five-day course to help develop effective strategies in combating hate speech.
Commonwealth peace envoy Ibrahim Gambari has praised Zambian president Edgar Lungu and the leader of the main opposition political party Hakainde Hichilema for their “unwavering commitment” to political dialogue in the country.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will arrive in Cameroon this evening to start a five-day official visit.
At a news conference during a successful first official trip to India, she said that member states were realising once again the importance of the Commonwealth family.
India's youth minister has described sport as the vehicle for change when it comes to young people.
India has pledged to work even more closely with the Commonwealth. The renewed commitment was made at a meeting between the country's Minister of External Affairs Shusma Swaraj and Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland.