Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has paid a courtesy call on the president of Namibia, His Excellency Hage Geingob, who is on official visit to the United Kingdom.
The Commonwealth has urged greater international collaboration to combat the threat posed by criminals exploiting the internet.
The Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland, has welcomed the election results in The Gambia.
Legal experts from key international organisations, including the Commonwealth Secretariat, are meeting to develop a climate change legal toolkit to help countries carry out the Paris Agreement.
Young entrepreneurs gather for the fifth Commonwealth-Asia Young Entrepreneurs Summit under the theme: ‘Business Across Borders’.
Chair of the Commonwealth Observer Group, HE Thabo Mbeki, arrival statement ahead of Ghana’s General Elections scheduled for 7 December 2016.
The Commonwealth is supported by a network of professional organisations, from the Commonwealth Nurses and Midwives Federation and Commonwealth Magistrates and Judges Association, to the Commonwealth Association of Architects.
The power of online news works for benefit and for harm, writes Abdullah Al Hasan, 25, a Commonwealth Correspondent from Dhaka in Bangladesh.
International organisations have welcomed efforts to agree a peace accord in Ghana ahead of the 7 December general elections.
Government officials from 10 Commonwealth countries in western and southern Africa have agreed to implement a set of policy initiatives that will promote youth entrepreneurship as an antidote to rising levels of youth unemployment.