Commonwealth collaboration is vital to the recovery of the sport sector which has suffered a crushing blow from essential measures to stem the spread of COVID-19.
Celebrating World Oceans Day 2020, on 8 June, the Commonwealth Secretariat kicked off with the first Commonwealth Blue Charter webinar in its new series.
A four-dimensional strategy will be unveiled at a major ministerial forum tomorrow, to help governments sustain the sport sector ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is hosting a series of online webinars focusing on COVID-19 and the Rule of Law.
A Covid-19 dashboard has been launched by the Commonwealth Secretariat to help member countries make vital decisions during the ongoing crisis.
Youth workers and civil servants in Grenada are attending a new training programme designed to help them deliver fit for purpose services to young people.
This series of webinars will promote collaboration through the sharing of experiences, best practices and solutions on ocean issues. They also offer the opportunity to reflect on how to move forward with ocean management in a post-COVID-19 world.
A new free online course will help people and organisations harness the potential of sport in their work towards achieving sustainable development.
The innovation, talent and expertise of young people are crucial ingredients in the fight against COVID-19, climate change and economic crises.
The Commonwealth, through the Commonwealth Climate Finance Access Hub has supported Saint Lucia to secure a new climate finance grant from the Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN). The $200,000 grant will enhance the climate resilience of local communities in Saint Lucia.