The Commonwealth Secretary-General has welcomed new legislation in Seychelles that will help curb violence against women and girls.
When countries shuttered their shops, closed their markets, and cordoned off places of gathering to help ward off the coronavirus, they did so out of immediate concern for the health and wellbeing of their citizens.
The Commonwealth Secretary-General is urging governments to ensure their countries’ post-COVID economic recoveries are environmentally sustainable and safe for the ocean.
Continuing Commonwealth support is being provided in eSwatini to help ensure the country’s national human rights institution meets international standards.
The Commonwealth is co-launching a project to help young researchers examine the impact of COVID-19 on education systems.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is pleased to announce Matt Patterson’s appointment as Interim Spokesperson and Director of Communications.
As economies, institutions and social welfare sectors continue to buckle under the strain of the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic crisis, there is a dangerous escalation in the risk to the millions of people caught in the clutches of domestic and gender-based violence.
The Commonwealth is organising an interactive virtual event on 8 June to mark World Oceans Day.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is joining forces with Vulcan Inc. to help member countries manage their ocean spaces via cutting-edge mapping technology.
John Maynard Keynes became popular after his death for his teachings now called Keynesian economics, which are applied in most economic crises.