At the annual Commonwealth Health Ministers Meeting in Geneva on Sunday, ministers agreed to prioritise women, youth, people with disabilities and vulnerable groups, in their ongoing push towards universal health coverage (UHC).
Malawians will go to the polls on 21 May to vote for a president, members of national assemblies and local councillors in the country’s tripartite elections.
Applications are now open to attend a workshop in Cameroon on the participation of women in preventing and countering violent extremism
Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has underscored the global benefits of multilateral cooperation through the Commonwealth and other international bodies.
The Secretary-General says securing equal rights and fair treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people is essential to achieving the sustainable development goals.
Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has conveyed her condolences following the death of former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke at the age of 89.
Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has congratulated the people of Belize on a successful referendum. They voted to refer to the International Court of Justice any legal claim of Guatemala against Belize relating to land, insular territories and any maritime areas.
Commonwealth ministers of health will meet this Sunday, 19 May in Geneva, Switzerland to discuss how to accelerate universal health coverage (UHC) in their countries, in order to safeguard vulnerable populations.
This event will reflect on the work carried out by Blue Charter Action Groups over the past year within the context of wider ocean issues.
The Commonwealth will be holding a regional consultation on ‘Harnessing Trade Policy for Global Integration’ for the Asia-Pacific region on 28-30 May in Singapore. It will be the first such consultation to bring together member countries from two Commonwealth regions – Asia and the Pacific.