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Journalists can play a key role in raising awareness of non-communicable diseases – public health experts

9 August 2011

Workshop brings together policymakers, campaigners, media and youth

Caribbean journalists to raise awareness on non-communicable diseases

5 August 2011

Workshop equips Caribbean journalists to better inform the public of life-threatening NCDs and to influence policy-makers

Commonwealth Expert Team issues Final Report on 2011 Presidential Election in Seychelles

5 August 2011

Commonwealth Expert Team finds Seychelles electoral process credible but with areas of concern

The Gambia open to a debate on media reform – Foreign Minister

4 August 2011

Reform of media laws dominate discussions at landmark Commonwealth forum in Banjul

Commonwealth video campaign targets NCDs risk in young people

4 August 2011

“It is imperative that NCD prevention programmes target youth since lifestyle habits are often adopted at this stage of life and frequently remain well into adulthood,” Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General Ransford Smith

UK Sport and Commonwealth Secretariat collaborate

2 August 2011

The UK’s high performance sports agency seconds an adviser for the Secretariat’s Sport for Development and Peace programme

The Gambia open to debate on media reform – ministers

1 August 2011

Commonwealth convenes landmark media forum in Gambian capital Banjul

Social development in the Commonwealth

27 January 2011

Our approach to social development focuses on giving people a voice in their lives and communities. We empower people by helping create unified, strong, inclusive and accountable institutions. Find out more...

Youth

27 January 2011

The Commonwealth believes young people have a proven capability to lead change, and are a vital and valuable investment for now and the future.

Governance in the Commonwealth

27 January 2011

Good governance, strong democracy, rule of law, protection of human rights and respect for diversity are Commonwealth values. Find out more...

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