Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland has said today’s decision of the Kenyan Supreme Court nullifying the country’s recent presidential election, is a reflection of “due process being followed and the rule of law prevailing”.
This year’s Commonwealth Essay Competition theme invited young people to reflect on the topic of ‘A Commonwealth for Peace’.
The President of Namibia has praised Secretary-General Patricia Scotland for restoring relevance to the Commonwealth and enabling it to better address the challenges of today.
The Commonwealth has delivered a masterclass for young leaders in the Caribbean to strengthen grassroots youth-led initiatives to counter propaganda spread by violent extremists.
Education plays a pivotal role in equipping future generations with the tools to tackle some of the most pressing issues, not least filling the skills gap which is a global challenge faced by many member states.
A blog by Jeff Ardron, Adviser on Ocean Governance at the Commonwealth.
A handbook to help small and less-developed countries benefit from improved digital trade has been published by the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A leading academic says next week’s education conference in Namibia will help tackle the education gap between Africa and the rest of the world.
Patricia Scotland, the Commonwealth’s Secretary-General, encouraged young leaders to tackle the biggest challenges facing their generation at a training event in Scotland this week.
Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland will deliver the keynote address at a major education conference in Namibia next week.