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Promoting inclusive education and sustainable employment for persons with disabilities

9 January 2012

Commonwealth meeting to consider policies and best practices to facilitate progress towards empowerment

Working to ensure relations between nations remain 'criss': Commonwealth expert Maurice Dalton

4 January 2012

Protocol expert Mr Dalton talks to Commonwealth News about his time in Jamaica as a Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation expert

Commonwealth welcomes proposed lifting of emergency laws in Fiji

2 January 2012

The Commonwealth also welcomes the announcement of national consultations on a new constitution commencing in February 2012

Commonwealth Secretary-General’s New Year Message Image of Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma

30 December 2011

"2012 must show in word and deed our enduring Commonwealth concern and determination to provide opportunity and a future for all irrespective of gender" - Kamalesh Sharma

The Queen's Christmas message highlights the Commonwealth’s common bond

26 December 2011

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II recalls how she has been inspired by the courage and hope seen in the Commonwealth

Guyana National and Regional Elections 2011: Final Report Image of Guyana flag

22 December 2011

Many benchmarks for democratic elections were met, though shortcomings remain to be addressed

Commonwealth Secretary-General meets Saint Lucia Foreign Affairs Minister

21 December 2011

Saint Lucia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Alva Baptiste expresses his “heartfelt gratitude” to the Commonwealth for sending a Commonwealth Election Assessment Team to the recent Saint Lucia general elections

Kenya hails Commonwealth initiative to enhance capacity of midwifery

19 December 2011

Scaling up of midwifery educators’ training will drastically improve maternal and neonatal health in Sub-Saharan Africa – Kenya Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka

Secretary-General welcomes release of Sri Lanka report

19 December 2011

Commonwealth Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma on 19 December 2011 welcomed the Sri Lankan Government’s release of the Report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission.

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