A Commonwealth election observer group led by the former Prime Minister of Barbados Owen Arthur is in Guyana to observe the upcoming general and regional elections.
A new Commonwealth toolkit that helps governments deliver quality job training is getting top marks from education and training experts in Sri Lanka.
Internal auditors have confirmed the Secretariat has implemented all six recommendations raised in the recent audit into historical waivers and declarations.
A report launched in London this week revealed the yawning digital gap between high and low income Commonwealth countries, while offering solutions to tackle the imbalance.
The Commonwealth will observe the upcoming General and Regional Elections in Guyana, scheduled for 2 March.
Electoral officials from across the Caribbean are attending a Commonwealth-sponsored masterclass on holding efficient, credible and inclusive elections.
Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth’s Secretary-General, has been supported to serve a second term by the Commonwealth of Dominica, the country of her birth.
The Commonwealth Secretary-General has issued the following statement in response to an attack on a village in north-west Cameroon on 14 February which reportedly left 23 people dead, the majority of them children.
Sixteen extraordinary individuals including innovators, activists and entrepreneurs from 12 countries have been shortlisted for this year’s Commonwealth Youth Awards.
External auditors have given the organisation a clean bill of financial health for the 10th consecutive year.