News and events from Wednesday 25 November 2015 at the Commonwealth summit in Malta.
Sharing the findings of major new Commonwealth trade report with delegates at the Business Forum, Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Deodat Maharaj highlighted the Commonwealth’s business advantage.
New Commonwealth Youth Council leadership team elected at the Commonwealth Youth Forum in Malta.
CHOGM Women’s Forum: Clear message sent to leaders to take urgent action getting more women into decision-making roles.
Businesswoman Valrie Grant was awarded Commonwealth Women Entrepreneur of the Year at the first ever Commonwealth Women’s Forum.
Commonwealth Champions Against Child Marriage seeks to empower survivors to raise awareness and galvanise action to end child marriage.
A policy guide for advancing youth entrepreneurship, jointly developed by the Commonwealth Secretariat and UNCTAD, was launched on 24 November 2015.
There was a full house at the opening of the Commonwealth Business Forum, which takes place ahead of the global summit of leaders in Malta between 27-29 November 2015.
Calls for action on climate change dominate discussions during day three of the Commonwealth Youth Forum in Malta.
Tan Sri Hasmy Agam, Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia addressing participants at the Commonwealth Forum of National Human Rights Institutions.