At this time of global crisis resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, our Commonwealth focus turns – as it always does – to the most vulnerable and least resilient.
The Commonwealth Observer Group to the 2 March 2020 General and Regional Elections was constituted and deployed by the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland, following an invitation from the Government of Guyana. The Group withdrew from Guyana on 15 March 2020.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus epidemic has demonstrated to us with deadly and distressing clarity how closely we are interconnected as humankind.
My statement of 13 March expressed deep concern that the tabulation of Region 4 results after the 2 March General and Regional Elections was not transparently conducted in accordance with the ruling of the Acting Chief Justice.
An annual reception to mark Commonwealth Day was held at Marlborough House, the Commonwealth’s headquarters in London today.
A Commonwealth gathering has called for an end to gender inequality by 2030 so every girl can have the same opportunities as boys.
Read the Commonwealth Day 2020 Message by the Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland.
The tranquil waters and palm-lined beaches in Barbados mask a rising threat. That this same water can engulf and endanger all if ample action is not taken.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland today addressed the High Level Segment of the UN Human Rights Council’s 43rd Regular Session in Geneva.
Cricket legends will play a ‘Peace at the Crease’ charity cricket match in Barbados on 17 October.