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Rwanda has gained much from Commonwealth membership - Mary Baine

22 April 2012

Commonwealth Secretariat and 16 Commonwealth Africa member states examine assistance that will deliver significant results at meeting in Rwanda

Greater political will needed to create a sustainable ocean economy

20 April 2012

Commonwealth forum explores the challenges of better managing ocean resources

Commonwealth and UNCTAD partner at Doha forum on trade in services

20 April 2012

"Services growth can be linked to poverty alleviation and to the Millennium Development Goals" - Ransford Smith

Brunei officials on study visit to Commonwealth Secretariat

19 April 2012

Commonwealth capacity-building knowledge and experience can be tapped by the South-East Asian country

Commonwealth-Francophonie-G20 Meeting: Outcome Statement

19 April 2012

Washington DC, United States of America

Commonwealth explores protecting and developing the ocean economy

17 April 2012

Over twenty Commonwealth countries gather to discuss sustainable marine resource development

Helping small states negotiate in the global environment

17 April 2012

International trade experts from around the Commonwealth are working on a ‘first-of-its-kind’ publication, designed to give practical advice to negotiators from small states.

Commonwealth reform agenda gains momentum

13 April 2012

Senior officials from Commonwealth countries advanced the Commonwealth’s reform and renewal agenda this week as they met on 12 and 13 April to examine recommendations to strengthen the association.

CABOS prepares recommendations for 6th Commonwealth Sports Ministers Meeting

11 April 2012

Advisory body says sports should be embedded in development activities

Commonwealth Secretary-General mourns death of Malawi President

7 April 2012

"On behalf of the Commonwealth family and on my own behalf, I would like to convey my deepest condolences to the family of the late President and to the Government and people of Malawi" - Kamalesh Sharma

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