A Commonwealth study on ocean governance in the Pacific offers ways to sustainably capitalise on the economic treasures of the ocean
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland today urged the world to take action to protect the ocean environment and safeguard the future of nations who depend on the marine economy for national development.
Kenya's new National Trade Policy aims to grow and enhance productivity, develop infrastructure, and improve the quality of products.
Flags are flying at half-mast at the headquarters of the Commonwealth at Marlborough House in London today.
The Chairperson of the Commonwealth Observer Group to the 2017 National Assembly Elections in Lesotho elections has commended the Basotho for the peaceful and orderly manner in which they voted on 3 June
Leaders from coastal nations and small island developing states from the Commonwealth will surf a wave of optimism this week at a major United Nations summit which aims to deliver on a global promise to conserve and sustainably manage the seas.
My condolences, thoughts and prayers are with the government and people of the United Kingdom following the latest terror attack in London last night.
Leading researchers and participants behind a new research project, ‘Sport for a Better World?’ look at the impact of sport as a tool for development and peace.
Small island developing states (SIDS) in the Pacific have played a significant leadership role in advancing global ocean policy.
Nearly 100 students, young professionals and representatives from Commonwealth accredited organisations met in London last week to discuss how young people can contribute towards strengthening the Commonwealth’s reach in key areas.