A four-dimensional strategy will be unveiled at a major ministerial forum tomorrow, to help governments sustain the sport sector ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Youth workers and civil servants in Grenada are attending a new training programme designed to help them deliver fit for purpose services to young people.
A new free online course will help people and organisations harness the potential of sport in their work towards achieving sustainable development.
The innovation, talent and expertise of young people are crucial ingredients in the fight against COVID-19, climate change and economic crises.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is hosting a new webinar series for young people to have a louder voice in policy decisions affecting them.
Caribbean ministries of youth have met to discuss how best to protect young people from the damaging impacts of COVID-19.
Estimates show only 2 billion of the world’s 7.8 billion people speak these languages, either as a native or non-native language.
In the early months of 2020, much of the globe was put on pause as governments fought to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. For many, work came to a grinding halt as factories and shops were forced to close their doors, transforming a global health catastrophe into a labour market and economic crisis.
To help sports policymakers and officials make good decisions about sport and exercise during the pandemic the Commonwealth is sharing lessons learned so far by sports policymakers around the Commonwealth.
Five years ago more than 40 babies born in Jamaican hospitals became infected with lethal bacteria - half of them died. The situation caught the attention of Jamaican technology student Rayvon Stewart who set about finding a way to curb the spread of harmful germs.