Commonwealth experts on migration and development to examine the challenges and opportunities for Around 30 migration and development experts from Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific will attend a meeting in Kingston, Jamaica from 2-4 July to examine the costs and benefits of migration to small states and to make practical suggestions about mechanisms small states can employ to realise greater benefits from migration.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma met with members of the United Kingdom All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Commonwealth at Marlborough House, headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat in London, on 28 June 2012.
“Courts exist to serve the public and to provide a critical service” — Roger Bilodeau, QC, and Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
Commonwealth Electoral Network members commit to strengthening electoral processes across the Commonwealth
Commonwealth Electoral Network gets dedicated online meeting place
Delegates will discuss technology and integrity in elections
Political will to translate development into real, co-ordinated action crucial for very small island states.
Eighteen Commonwealth countries shared their plans for moving from fragile to robust accounting standards for greater economic prosperity at a Commonwealth Secretariat meeting from 18 to 20 June 2012.
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Meeting will explore action plans to deal with NCDs such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and chronic respiratory diseases