Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines settle maritime boundary Mustique beach Grenadines

4 September 2015

Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines have reached a landmark agreement that settles the maritime boundary between their two territories

Samoa signs Trade project Memorandum of Understanding with the Commonwealth

4 September 2015

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with respect to continuing the Commonwealth’s Hub and Spokes II programme in Samoa.

Pacific youth leaders call for action on climate change Samoan women dance at the Pacific Youth Ministers Meeting

3 September 2015

Youth leaders from Commonwealth countries in the Pacific have called for greater action to support countries threatened by climate change and for governments to empower young people to participate in decision-making processes.

Pacific governments seek to leverage potential of young people in building resilience Youth in Small states

27 August 2015

Governments and youth leaders from Commonwealth Pacific countries will seek to agree an ambitious plan of action for regional youth development in Samoa next week

Commonwealth to observe Trinidad and Tobago elections Trinidad and Tobago Parliament

27 August 2015

Sir Paul Tovua, chair of the Solomon Islands Political Parties Commission, will lead a Commonwealth Observer Group to Trinidad and Tobago’s Parliamentary Elections.

Governments urged to consider legislative response to virtual currencies Minku working

26 August 2015

Commonwealth Virtual Currencies Working Group concludes three-day conference in London

Jamaica’s second National Export Strategy launched Street in Montego Bay Jamaica.  Photo: D Ramey Logan

25 August 2015

Jamaica launched its second National Export Strategy (NES) in Kingston on 20 August. The new strategy will be implemented from 2015 until 2019

Lack of regulations likely to increase crimes linked to virtual currencies Bitcoins

20 August 2015

A new Commonwealth survey shows lack of regulations around virtual currencies could be exacerbating the risks associated with them.

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