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Commonwealth education ministers call for input on post-2015 agenda

16 October 2012

Proposals will ensure a strong Commonwealth voice in the next generation of global development goals

Commonwealth can make a unique contribution to new global anti-poverty targets – Masire-Mwamba

12 October 2012

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General addresses Pan African Parliament on post-Millennium Development Goals framework

Nigerian judges and Commonwealth act on terrorism

12 October 2012

“Terrorism has no boundaries, it has no colour, no tribe, and there is no country that can say they are immune from acts of terrorism so we all have to work together” - Nigeria’s Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Ibrahim Auta

Greater efforts needed to address impact of external shocks - finance ministers

Release date 12 October 2012

Shock financing, youth unemployment, the successor framework to the Millennium Development Goals and private sector participation discussed at Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting

Commonwealth finance ministers to meet in Tokyo

Release date 12 October 2012

The Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting 2012 will take place in Tokyo, Japan, on 10 October.

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba at the UNDP Regional Dialogue for Africa, Pan African Parliament

11 October 2012

Speaker: Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba

Commonwealth launches new tool to help countries manage debt

10 October 2012

A new software to help countries plan, analyse and manage sovereign debt was launched on 10 October during the Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting in Tokyo, Japan.

Q&A with Dr Cyrus Rustomjee on the Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting

8 October 2012

Commonwealth Secretariat Director of Economic Affairs Dr Rustomjee

Nurturing Plural and Inclusive Societies: A Perspective from the Commonwealth

6 October 2012

Speaker: Amitav Banerji, Director of Political Affairs Division, Commonwealth Secretariat

Commonwealth conference examines reforms to improve service delivery to citizens

4 October 2012

"Taxpayers want to see their taxes spent reasonably. All these make public procurement so important and therefore a subject of tight scrutiny because where large sums of money are involved, vulnerability to abuse increases" - Tanzania Deputy Minister of Finance

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