Partnerships with young people at their heart is the way forward, say delegates at the Commonwealth Youth Stakeholders Forum
Ela Beach, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea 16-18 April, 2013
London, 17 April 2013 ‒ Finance ministers, central bank governors and senior officials from Commonwealth and La Francophonie countries will meet in Washington DC on 21 April 2013 to rub minds on how to draw greater awareness to their concerns with the G20 - the forum of the world’s largest economies.
"The world we want is a development contract that should bring everybody on board"
Speaker: Mr Ahmed Alhendawi, UN Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth
Youth take centre stage at opening ceremony portraying Papua New Guinea’s diverse cultures
“This is our chance to make young people the centre of sustainable development” - Commonwealth Youth Caucus Chair
As Papua New Guinea welcomes delegates for the Commonwealth Youth Ministers Meeting, the country’s acting youth commissioner discusses his vision for young people at the centre of development
Foreign Ministers to confer on issues at London meeting
The Commonwealth Secretariat has overhauled its policies and procedures and strengthened mechanisms for oversight and line manager accountability, including external and internal audit.