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Commonwealth Youth Awards for Excellence in Development Work 2016

17 March 2016

Outstanding youth activists from each Commonwealth region will be honoured at the Commonwealth Youth Awards 2016.

Commonwealth Day 2016

14 March 2016

Events and activities taking place during Commonwealth week.

International Women's Day - Panel discussion at Marlborough House

8 March 2016

To commemorate IWD the Commonwealth Secretariat will be holding a panel discussion on: 'Sustained education of women and girls for their economic and political empowerment'.

The 2nd Commonwealth Conference on Youth Work (CCYW)

8 March 2016 to 10 March 2016

Theme: 'Engaging Young People in Nation Building: The Youth Worker’s Role'.

Education Hub e-discussion - 'Increasing access to education'

29 February 2016 to 25 March 2016

The e-discussion on increasing access to education on the Commonwealth Education Hub will run between 29 February and 25 March 2016.

Global Health Security – challenges and policy responses discussion panel

2 February 2016

The Commonwealth Secretariat is hosting a panel discussion on Global Health Security Challenges and Policy Responses on Tuesday 2 February.

Presentation of the 2015 Human Development Report

28 January 2016

A presentation of the UNDP 2015 Human Development Report by lead author Mr Selim Jahan, Director of the Human Development Report Office.

A conversation on 'The Commonwealth in the Unfolding Global Trade Landscape'

26 January 2016

London presentation and discussion on the Commonwealth Flagship Trade Publication - 'The Commonwealth in the Unfolding Global Trade Landscape: Prospects, Priorities, and Perspectives.

Education Hub e-discussion: 'Changing Patterns in Boys' Educational Achievement – What Can We Do To Make Things Better?'

25 January 2016 to 19 February 2016

The Commonwealth Secretariat and United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) are partnering to launch an online discussion on 'Changing Patterns in Boys' Educational Achievement: What Can We Do To Make Things Better?'.

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