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Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General addresses post-2015 development agenda meeting

31 October 2012

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba welcomed delegates to the three-day United Nations High-Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda on 31 October 2012.

Commonwealth Secretary-General visits Nauru

29 October 2012

Kamalesh Sharma will be received by President Sprent Dabwido

Small states can develop niches in public administration, says Gibraltar at Commonwealth Public Service Ministers Forum

28 October 2012

Consolidation and specialisation can address inherent challenges

Commonwealth urged to consider public service ministerial meeting

26 October 2012

Strengthening dialogue and sharing experiences can spur action on development

New anti-corruption model law will help to strengthen good governance - law officers

25 October 2012

The Commonwealth draft model covers code of conduct, guidelines on conflict of interest and declarations of interest, and mechanisms to investigate breaches

Shared values between the government and the governed builds trust, stability and progress

24 October 2012

Effective public administration vital for socio-economic development – Commonwealth Secretary-General at the Commonwealth Public Service Ministers Forum

Commonwealth brings African organic farmers to the UK to seek markets

18 October 2012

Ugandan farmers have produced exceptional range of delicious foods - Project Director

Commonwealth education ministers call for input on post-2015 agenda

16 October 2012

Proposals will ensure a strong Commonwealth voice in the next generation of global development goals

Commonwealth can make a unique contribution to new global anti-poverty targets – Masire-Mwamba

12 October 2012

Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General addresses Pan African Parliament on post-Millennium Development Goals framework

Nigerian judges and Commonwealth act on terrorism

12 October 2012

“Terrorism has no boundaries, it has no colour, no tribe, and there is no country that can say they are immune from acts of terrorism so we all have to work together” - Nigeria’s Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Ibrahim Auta

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