Commonwealth leaders from all 54 member states have today issued a joint statement on the COVID-19 pandemic and steps that member states are taking to fight the pandemic and to work together in support of each other and broader global efforts.
The participation of an independent candidate and the candidacy of a woman for president were “unprecedented developments” in Namibia’s electoral history, according to a Commonwealth Observer Group.
I note and welcome the 9 July 2020 statement from the Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Prime Minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr. The Hon. Ralph Gonsalves, which called on all stakeholders to respect the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), Guyana’s final court of appeal
The Commonwealth Secretariat is hosting a new webinar series from July to December to help young people have a louder voice in policy decisions affecting them.
The Commonwealth Secretariat is hosting a new webinar series for young people to have a louder voice in policy decisions affecting them.
Caribbean ministries of youth have met to discuss how best to protect young people from the damaging impacts of COVID-19.
The 55th anniversary of the founding of the Commonwealth Secretariat has been marked by supporters in India during a special virtual event.
Ministers and officials from the 54 Commonwealth countries will meet on 23 July to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the sport sector.
The deadline to enter the 2021 Commonwealth education awards for good practice has been extended to 31 August 2020.
The Secretary-General congratulates the people of Malawi for their resolute commitment to democracy demonstrated in the conduct of the 23 June 2020 election