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Secretariat 'well-placed' to fight tuberculosis

30 March 2012

Experts in tuberculosis (TB) have said that the Commonwealth Secretariat is well-placed to provide leadership in strengthening public awareness of the disease, which can be fatal if left untreated.

Natural fibres key to environment and tackling poverty

29 March 2012

“The natural fibres sector has great potential to become an engine of growth,” Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Ransford Smith

Commonwealth at 70

26 March 2012

The modern Commonwealth came into being 70 years ago with the London Declaration, signed on 26 April, 1949. Across the Commonwealth, organisations are celebrating the 70th Anniversary with a series of events, conferences, competitions and workshops throughout the next year.

African judges to discuss violence against women

21 March 2012

‘Strengthening jurisprudence of equality on violence against women’

Secretariat’s Health Section to address tuberculosis

21 March 2012

Commonwealth is in a unique position to broker meaningful partnerships

Commonwealth youth set for online course in development

20 March 2012

Youth Programme links with Commonwealth of Learning to develop pilot course on Commonwealth values.

Rule of law key to attracting investment

20 March 2012

“Investors want to know that when they invest in a country there is the rule of law” - Mark Guthrie, Legal Adviser at the Commonwealth Secretariat

Strengthening justice in Papua New Guinea

20 March 2012

Commonwealth Secretariat jointly organises seminar to build public confidence in the judiciary

How does your food represent your culture?

19 March 2012

As part of celebrations to mark this year’s Commonwealth theme ‘Connecting Cultures’, last month we asked you to send in photos, video, audio or stories showing how your culture is expressed through FOOD.

Commonwealth mourns death of King George Tupou V of the Kingdom of Tonga

19 March 2012

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has, on behalf of the Commonwealth of Nations, expressed deep sorrow at the untimely death of His Majesty King George Tupou V, of the Kingdom of Tonga.

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