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‘Be the Change’

28 August 2012

Youth forum opens as ministers gather for the 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers in Mauritius

Seychelles and Mauritius establish commission to manage world’s largest offshore joint zone

23 August 2012

Commonwealth instrumental in facilitating collaboration of continental shelf oversight

Swaziland committed to Commonwealth values, says Prime Minister Dlamini

8 August 2012

Prime Minister Sibusiso Barnabas Dlamini of Swaziland has said his country is committed to upholding Commonwealth values of democracy, human rights and the rule of law.

Commonwealth congratulates new President of India

27 July 2012

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma said the honour is a tribute to President Shri Pranab Mukherjee’s unmatched political career of over six decades

Commonwealth ministers commit strongly to Sport for Development and Peace

25 July 2012

"The importance of sport as an effective instrument for social and economic development is well-recognised" – Hugh Robertson, UK Minister for Sport and the Olympics

Commonwealth Secretary-General mourns death of Ghanaian President

24 July 2012

"On behalf of the Commonwealth, I convey our deepest condolences to the family of late President John Atta Mills, and to the Government and people of Ghana" - Kamalesh Sharma

Two year countdown begins for Commonwealth Games in Scotland

23 July 2012

Scottish athletes visit village where 6,500 athletes and officials will stay

Reaching development goals by breaking silos in Commonwealth Africa

19 July 2012

Prime Minister of Rwanda addresses Commonwealth African Heads of Public Services on learning from each other’s experiences to achieve development goals

Commonwealth congratulates new African Union Commission Chair

18 July 2012

Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma of South Africa is elected

Nominate an outstanding young person for development awards

17 July 2012

Winners of Commonwealth Youth Awards for Excellence in Development Work could receive grants of up to £3,000