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Secretary-General Scotland meets with The Prince of Wales

10 May 2016

Commonwealth Secretary-General Scotland met with The Prince of Wales at Clarence House, where they took the opportunity to discuss matters of common interest, including climate action and opportunities for young people.

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

9 May 2016

Catastrophic landslides in Rwanda over recent days cause loss of life and devastation to homes.

Secretary-General Scotland talks to BBC News about global anti-corruption efforts

8 May 2016

Commonwealth Secretary-General Scotland speaks to the BBC on the importance of the Tackling Corruption Together conference on Wednesday 11 May 2016.

Queen receives Secretary-General at Buckingham Palace

4 May 2016

Secretary-General Patricia Scotland meets the Queen - 4 May 2016.

Commonwealth Secretary-General Scotland reaffirms commitment to Belize

3 May 2016

Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has declared her intention to call an urgent meeting of the ministerial committee on the Belize-Guatemala border dispute.

Secretary-General urges young people in Belize to 'dream big'

29 April 2016

Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland visits students during trip to Belize.

Jamaica’s PM pledges 'highest support' to the Commonwealth

27 April 2016

Opportunities for young people, boosting commerce, addressing public debt, and dealing with acute sea-level rises topped the agenda in the Commonwealth Secretary-General’s engagement with senior officials in Jamaica.

Secretary-General in Jamaica to pledge Commonwealth support

26 April 2016

Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland says partnership key to achieving prosperity for all Jamaicans

Secretary-General wishes HM The Queen a happy 90th birthday

21 April 2016

Commonwealth Secretary-General Rt Hon Patricia Scotland QC wishes HM The Queen a happy 90th birthday.

COP21 signing: Commonwealth reaffirms commitment to climate action

21 April 2016

An outcome of the Paris climate conference (COP21) in December 2015, the agreement saw 195 countries adopt the first-ever universal, legally binding global climate deal.

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