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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to meet Commonwealth youth leaders

15 September 2012

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge, will visit the Commonwealth Youth Programme’s regional centre in Solomon Islands as part of their Diamond Jubilee tour of South-East Asia and the Pacific.

Departure Statement: Commonwealth Secretary-General visit to Sri Lanka

12 September 2012

Kamalesh Sharma visited Sri Lanka from 9 to 13 September where he was received by President Mahinda Rajapaksa

Parliament is the heart of democracy: Secretary-General

11 September 2012

Sharma calls on parliamentarians to advance democracy, development and diversity

Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference Keynote Address by Commonwealth Secretary-General

11 September 2012

Speaker: Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma

Commonwealth Secretary-General makes multi-pronged visit to Sri Lanka

7 September 2012

Sri Lanka is one of the eight founding members of the modern Commonwealth, and has a unique history and heritage, which form part of the Commonwealth’s rich diversity

Stiglitz proposes new ways to help trade performance of poorest and small vulnerable economies

31 August 2012

Nobel prize-winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz has called for an enshrining of a ‘Right to Trade’ in the global trading regime, as a new initiative to help the trade performances of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable economies.

Commonwealth voice to inform post-2015 development agenda

31 August 2012

Mauritius summit ends with pledge by education ministers on collective input to UN discussions

Q&A with Nobel prize-winning economist Professor Joseph Stiglitz

30 August 2012

Professor Stiglitz participated in a Commonwealth roundtable on Aid for Trade on 29 August. Following the discussion he spoke to the Commonwealth about trade, the current global economic situation and the multilateral trading system

Commonwealth Student Association is launched

30 August 2012

‘It is essential that our future professionals and leaders have a say on education issues that affect them and generations to come’ - Mmasekgoa Masire-Mwamba