The growing problem of cybercrime requires countries to build effective laws, policies, and international cooperation frameworks, said Dr Tawanda Hondora, Head of the Rule of Law at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
Op-Ed by The Rt Hon Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General
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Earlier this week the Secretary-General Patricia Scotland visited Guyana.
Located on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean, Nigeria possesses a tropical rainforest climate as well as one of the largest mangrove ecosystems in Africa. It is also the most populated African country, with around 206 million people.
Judy Wangari is one of an estimated 800,000 smallholder potato farmers who, according to the National Potato Council of Kenya, contribute at least 83 percent of the total potato production.
The Commonwealth Secretariat’s Cyber Capability Programme is convening regional experts on cybercrime, including investigators, prosecutors, and senior judiciary, as well as Attorneys General and authorities engaged in combating cybercrime in Ghana from 17-20 January 2021.
As the OMICRON variant threatens a wave of global havoc, the 1.8 billion young people worldwide remain vulnerable to the persisting impact of Covid-19, and support from Youth Workers is needed now more than ever. Namibia’s first-ever higher education course for Youth Workers is designed to address the challenges youth workers face today by improving their skills, promoting the professionalisation of their work, and creating new career opportunities.
A key outcome of COP26 climate summit is the enhanced focus on “nature-based solutions” – the plans for people to work closely alongside nature to avert a planetary catastrophe.
Today Malawi’s Ministry of Trade, in collaboration with the Ministry of Industry and in partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat and the WTO’s Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF) Project, has launched the National Export Strategy II (NES II) at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC).