Countrywide policies that cut across all sectors are critical for the success of ocean-based economies in the Commonwealth.
Applications are open for eight young people to lead the charge in protecting and promoting human rights across the Commonwealth.
Commonwealth countries are at risk of losing foreign investment and trade from not having modern dispute resolution systems available to their business communities.
Civil society organisations and human rights defenders are struggling to carry out their vital work amid strict measures imposed to curb Covid-19.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is supporting a Jamaican initiative to get young people in the Caribbean more involved in politics.
This webinar will provide an overview of the Blue Economy concept, including key opportunities and challenges for Commonwealth countries, and present successes and lessons learned from two Blue Charter case studies.
The year 2020 has been challenging for young people. The COVID-19 pandemic has created new threats and exacerbated existing challenges and barriers
Exceptional young people can now submit entries for the 2021 Commonwealth youth awards to win prestigious titles and cash grants. The awards recognise and reward young people whose work has made a major impact on people and communities in their country.
Specialists from around the world have outlined core factors for success and sustainability in the multi-billion dollar aquaculture sector.
The Commonwealth Secretary-General has made an impassioned plea for member countries to focus their energies on rooting out the “stain of racism” in their societies.