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Commonwealth and the Pacific – offering practical assistance through partnership

29 August 2012

Dialogue and development key to deepening and broadening scope of collaboration.

18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers opens in Mauritius

29 August 2012

"The fundamental cure to poverty is not money, but education," says Prime Minister of St Lucia, Dr Kenny Anthony

Rwanda project wins Commonwealth education award

Release date 29 August 2012

Innovative education projects honoured at Commonwealth Conference of Education Ministers

‘Be the Change’

28 August 2012

Youth forum opens as ministers gather for the 18th Conference of Commonwealth Education Ministers in Mauritius

Commonwealth seriously concerned about Gambian executions

Release date 28 August 2012

London, 28 August 2012 - Commonwealth Spokesperson and Director of Communications and Public Affairs Richard Uku has expressed serious concern at the recent execution of nine death row prisoners in The Gambia.

Statement by Commonwealth Secretary-General's Special Envoy to Maldives Image of Maldives flag

27 August 2012

The Commonwealth Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to Maldives, Sir Donald McKinnon, today urged Maldivian stakeholders to keep the national interest paramount and move forward in a calm and responsible manner, as the country anticipates the Report of the Commission of National Inquiry this week.

Seychelles and Mauritius establish commission to manage world’s largest offshore joint zone

23 August 2012

Commonwealth instrumental in facilitating collaboration of continental shelf oversight

Professor Stiglitz to speak at Commonwealth round table on Aid for Trade

Release date 20 August 2012

Renowned Nobel Laureate and Columbia University economics professor Joseph Stiglitz will speak at a Commonwealth round table discussion on aid for trade in London on 29 August 2012.