Commonwealth observers in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines say elections of 9 December 2015 were “generally peaceful and relatively well conducted”.
UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on Youth, Peace and Security fully aligns with the final Communiqué of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting that took place last month in Malta
The Commonwealth Secretariat marked International Human Rights Day with discussions on engaging young men and boys in the fight against child marriage
Polling stations in the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines opened today - voters are electing a new House of Assembly and Government.
The Commonwealth Secretariat hosted a panel discussion of experts on 2 December 2015 which examined the role of formal and informal education and drew from the perspectives of health workers and other experts. The discussion was chaired by Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Josephine Ojiambo.
The Commonwealth Chair-in-Office, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat of Malta affirms the commitment of Commonwealth leaders to limiting global warming at climate negotiations in Paris.
Commonwealth leaders issue statement on climate action ahead of COP21.