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Professor Joseph Stiglitz calls for a ‘Right to Trade’ Image of Professor Joseph Stiglitz

27 June 2013

“A recognition of a right to development and trade as an enforcement in the WTO framework would ensure Aid for Trade works for poorer countries” - Professor Stiglitz

Commonwealth trade guide helps countries secure development gains

26 June 2013

“This book provides a ray of hope to small states" - Assad Bhuglah, Director of Trade Policy at the International Trade Division, Mauritius

Nobel Prize winner Stiglitz to present ‘Right to Trade’

21 June 2013

Nobel prize-winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz will present a report proposing new ways of ensuring that international trade benefits developing countries at a Commonwealth meeting in Geneva on 26 June 2013.

Commonwealth Observer Mission issues final report on 2013 elections in Pakistan

20 June 2013

“The 11 May elections, represented a significant milestone for Pakistan, as one elected civilian government handed power to another, respecting the will of the people” - Commonwealth Secretary-General

Former Guyana President Jagdeo to lead Commonwealth Expert Group on Climate Finance

20 June 2013

LONDON, 20 June 2013: Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma has announced that former Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo, will lead a high-level team of experts to identify solutions for unlocking resources to enable small, poor and climate-vulnerable Commonwealth countries to combat climate change.

Women are the next emerging growth market ministers told Image of Keynote speaker Freda Miriklis, President of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women

19 June 2013

2013 Commonwealth Women’s Affairs Ministers Meeting concludes with strong resolve on women’s leadership

10th Commonwealth Women’s Affairs Ministers Meeting opens in Bangladesh

17 June 2013

‘Leadership, opportunity and enterprise together are a powerful blend, particularly when the vital ingredient of ‘Women’ is added’ – Commonwealth Secretary-General

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