Prince’s Trust International, a newly established charity aiming to support youth employment, education and training, is set to deliver “immense benefits” to young people in Commonwealth countries.
Commonwealth’s Regenerative Development to Reverse Climate Change Workshop: Participants will explore cutting-edge technologies and innovations that can reduce carbon and roll back the effects of climate change, while supporting economic development.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland expressed her shock and profound sadness on hearing of Monday night’s attack on a police academy in Quetta, Pakistan, which has claimed at least 59 lives.
The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, has won a prestigious award. At last night's GG2 Leadership Awards at London’s Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, Secretary-General Scotland was named Woman of the Year.
The workshop will focus on cutting edge technologies that can balance the need to protect the environment with health, wealth and development requirements.
Nature’s fury is not restrained by considerations for people, property or economic stability.
Sports leaders need to “get serious” about tackling corruption, or risk undermining social cohesion and health, education and gender equality targets. That was the warning from Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland today.
Hurricane Matthew threatens to inflict further severe damage on island nations of the Caribbean as it continues its path of destruction, and there is now significant risk that it will cause widespread damage to property and severe disruption in The Bahamas.
The Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, spoke to the Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation to express her concern and call for stronger climate action to help build resilience in all Commonwealth regions in the face of growing risk.
Hurricane Matthew briefly escalated to a category 5 - the top hurricane classification and is the strongest Atlantic hurricane since Felix in 2007.