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Secretary-General reaffirms solidarity of the Commonwealth with the people of Pakistan

8 August 2016

The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, expressed deep revulsion at the attack on a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan.

President of Ghana: Commonwealth can count on Ghana’s support

1 August 2016

The President of Ghana has pledged his support for a Commonwealth initiative to boost the skill levels of university graduates.

House of Lords International Relations Committee Evidence Session statement

20 July 2016

Having taken office on 1 April, the Commonwealth Secretary-General's opening statement outlines the work she has started on set for her by the Commonwealth Heads of Government.

Secretary-General: We will turbo charge Commonwealth trade advantage

20 July 2016

The Secretary-General giving evidence to the International Relations Committee of the House of Lords, in the UK Parliament, after completing her first 100 days in office.

Commonwealth Secretary-General expresses sympathy and solidarity with the Government and people of France

15 July 2016

This appalling terrorist attack adds Nice to the tragic list of cities that have lost too many innocent people to violent extremism.

Let the challenge begin! Secretary-General’s youth leadership programme launched in the Caribbean

11 July 2016

Young people posed probing questions to Secretary-General Scotland as she launched a youth initiative to be rolled out across the Commonwealth.

Empowering youth to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges

8 July 2016

“The world is facing enormous challenges; we need you to be part of the solution.” - Patricia Scotland, QC, Commonwealth Secretary-General. The Commonwealth Secretary-General invites young people to tackle some of the world's most pressing challenges today.

‘The Commonwealth an anchor in turbulent times’

5 July 2016

The Commonwealth will offer strength, stability, solidarity and practical assistance to its member states and in particular will advocate for small and vulnerable economies the Commonwealth Secretary-General pledged yesterday at the CARICOM conference.

Commonwealth Secretary-General heads to Caribbean for CARICOM summit

1 July 2016

Climate change, indebtedness, protecting migrant remittances and banking systems, and the consequences of Britain’s exit from the EU on small and vulnerable economies are priority concerns for the Secretary-General at CARICOM Conference.

Commonwealth Secretary-General meets King Letsie III of Lesotho

23 June 2016

His Majesty King Letsie III of Lesotho expressed his strong support for the Commonwealth Secretary-General , Patricia Scotland’s, “inspiring approaches”, when he received her during his visit to London this week.