The awards recognise outstanding young people under the age of 30 from Commonwealth countries whose work has significantly contributed to local, national, regional and global development.
Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, will lead a team of Commonwealth election observers to Uganda for the country’s general elections, scheduled for 18 February 2016.
Full coverage as voters in Uganda go to the polls.
Legislation passed in Mauritius to combat corruption and promote good governance could provide valuable lessons for other Commonwealth countries.
Leading global health policy experts met at the Commonwealth Secretariat this week to discuss challenges facing global health security.
A Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group (CMAG) delegation will visit Maldives from 6 to 8 February 2016 to hold discussions with the Government, opposition political parties and other community leaders.
Parliamentarians from Commonwealth countries in Asia have adopted a declaration to safeguard and promote human rights, concluding a three-day seminar in Sri Lanka.
New Commonwealth report notes virtual currencies offer countries a cost-effective, fast and accessible alternative to settling financial payments, but unclear laws and regulations are preventing their responsible development and encouraging their exploitation by criminals.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has congratulated the hosts of the next two Commonwealth Youth Games: The Bahamas in 2017 and Northern Ireland in 2021.
The Youth Development Index, which charts the social, political and economic situation for young people in 170 countries, had its next iteration reviewed by a panel of policy experts.