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HIV and AIDS stigma defies traditional care in the Pacific

4 October 2011

“When your labour is not available for sale, what does social protection mean to your unpaid caring work and the lives of all in your household?”

Commonwealth publication raises concerns over rights of HIV and AIDS carers

3 October 2011

“They were not looked on by the nurses, the doctors. They didn’t want to touch them, they were scorned” - L, unpaid carer, Jamaica

Showcase your education project to the world at Commonwealth awards

30 September 2011

Award for innovative education practices is your chance to bring your project to a global audience

Commonwealth releases progress report

29 September 2011

“The Commonwealth is a great global good, and I have sought to ensure that our contribution – in advocacy, policy, or practically – has been oriented towards advancing shared Commonwealth values” – Kamalesh Sharma

Commonwealth Secretary-General mourns death of Wangari Maathai

26 September 2011

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma on 26 September 2011 issued a message of condolence following the death of Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, who also served on the Commonwealth Commission on Respect and Understanding.

Solomon Islands joins Commonwealth Small States Office in Geneva

26 September 2011

An opportunity for our voice to be heard – Solomon Islands Foreign Affairs Minister Peter Shanel Agovaka

Zambia’s 2011 elections meet many of the benchmarks for democratic elections

22 September 2011

Michael Sata is elected as Zambia's President

Zambia General Elections 2011: Interim Statement

22 September 2011

Interim Statement

Greater efforts needed to promote women’s participation in politics

20 September 2011

Commonwealth Chair-in-Office spearheads high-level meeting at UN attended by Hillary Clinton and Michelle Bachelet

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