Commonwealth Electoral Network gets dedicated online meeting place
Political will to translate development into real, co-ordinated action crucial for very small island states.
Delegates will discuss technology and integrity in elections
Eighteen Commonwealth countries shared their plans for moving from fragile to robust accounting standards for greater economic prosperity at a Commonwealth Secretariat meeting from 18 to 20 June 2012.
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Meeting will explore action plans to deal with NCDs such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and chronic respiratory diseases
Organisations will co-operate on dealing with climate change and promoting sustainable development
The Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation: 2009 - 2011
Statement by Chair, Dr Surujrattan Rambachan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Communications of Trinidad and Tobago
Arrival Statement by Edward Natapei, Vanuatu’s former Prime Minister and Chairperson of the Commonwealth Observer Group, which will observe Papua New Guinea's elections