Anti-corruption and asset recovery efforts by agencies in Africa have been praised by the Commonwealth Secretary-General.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has hailed India’s leadership in supporting vulnerable nations in the Commonwealth, describing it as an “area of hope” for all member countries.
Commonwealth national climate finance advisers have begun work in Belize, Eswatini, Seychelles and Zambia to help them access funding to tackle climate change.
The Commonwealth Secretariat and the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification are organising a high-level side event in the margins of the United Nations General Assembly.
The Commonwealth Secretariat and NO MORE Foundation have today launched a new campaign designed to help tackle the immediate crisis of the rapid increase in domestic and sexual violence due to the impacts of COVID-19
Countrywide policies that cut across all sectors are critical for the success of ocean-based economies in the Commonwealth.
The Commonwealth Secretariat will hold a special meeting of ministers for gender and women’s affairs on 3 September to discuss ways to sustain progress on gender equality during COVID-19 disruptions.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is hosting the 2020 Regional Conference for Anti-Corruption Agencies in Africa.
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.