Senior government officials from Commonwealth countries in the Caribbean are to meet in Georgetown, Guyana, on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 to review their priorities for youth development
One of the Observer Group’s findings was that despite repeated delays and uncertainty around the process, Maldivian voters remained engaged and repeatedly turned out in large numbers to cast their ballot and express their will.
Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has written to the Prime Ministers of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dominica and Saint Lucia following the tragic loss of life and devastation wrought by the recent storm in the Eastern Caribbean.
Diplomats, survivors and well-wishers lit candles of remembrance at The Commonwealth’s headquarters in London on Tuesday, 7 January, as they gathered to commemorate 20 years since the Rwanda genocide. The 1994 genocide claimed around one million lives.
The Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA) are providing funding for eight employees of CBA member organisations to visit another country in 2014.
Head of the Commonwealth HM Queen Elizabeth II comments on the "family ties" of the Commonwealth that are a source of encouragement to many
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has appointed Mr Deodat Maharaj, from Trinidad and Tobago, to the post of Deputy Secretary-General (Economic and Social Development) at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
Celebrating the year in pictures
The digital face of the Commonwealth Youth Council was launched yesterday at www.commonwealthyouthcouncil.org
The world joins South Africa from near and far to mourn the death of Nelson Mandela.