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  • 22 Jan 2014
  • Commonwealth Expert Team
  • Pages: 38
The report of the Commonwealth Expert Team for Cameroon’s Legislative and Municipal Elections, held 30 September 2013. The Team was chaired by Mr Irfan Abdool Rahman, Electoral Commissioner of Mauritius and Electoral Commissioner and was comprised ...
  • 15 Apr 2012
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 37
The Report of the Commonwealth Expert Team for the Cameroon Presidential Elections, held on 9 October 2011. The Group was led by Mr Frederick Mitchell MP, former Foreign Affairs Minister for The Bahamas, and was comprised of six experts in total.
  • 30 Sep 2016
  • Clive Fox, G. Macfadyen, R. Cappell
  • Pages: 62
This third volume in the Commonwealth Blue Economy Series, Capture Fisheries, presents recommendations that could be implemented by small island developing states (SIDS) to protect and sustainably develop their capture fisheries within a blue economy...
  • 01 Jan 1996
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 176
The output of a regional teacher education seminar in Trinidad and Tobago in 1995. The objective was to examine developments locally and in other parts of the world, and determine priorities and projects for developing and strengthening teacher...
  • 10 Feb 2011
  • Paul Collier
  • Pages: 86
Despite solid gains made during the last decade, the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) are not keeping pace with other countries and the gap between them and the rest of the developing world has in fact widened. This means that LDCs will have to...
  • 01 Oct 2004
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 220
Globalisation opens up new economic opportunities if poor women producers and workers are enabled to take advantage of them. The need for assistance differs between independent producers on the one hand and wage workers in export industries on the...
  • 01 Aug 1991
  • Commonwealth Science Council
  • Pages: 190
Change for the Better explores global political and economic change and its impact on the development process, together with ways to improve development policies – domestic and international.This Report by a Commonwealth Group of Experts points to...
  • 09 Dec 2017
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 252
Law is always in need of reform. To enhance justice and legal efficiency, and contribute to socio-economic development, reform needs to be of a high standard. Across the Commonwealth, there is a need for information and guidance about the different...
  • 01 Apr 1990
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 324
This book is comprised of the papers presented at a Symposium on Chemistry and the Enviroment held during the Chemistry International Conference in Brisbane, Australia from 1 to 2 September 1989. The Symposium sought to bring together eminent...
  • 01 Dec 2009
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 68
This publication celebrates a milestone in human rights: the twentieth anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). The CRC acknowledged the modern understanding of childhood; it formulated what children can expect as a set of...
  • 16 Mar 2012
  • Tristan McCowan, Sonia Gomez
  • Pages: 80
Commonwealth countries face a range of significant challenges in contemporary times, relating to conflict, HIV/AIDS, gender inequality, threats to social cohesion and disengagement of young people. The 2007 Civil Paths to Peace report gave education...
  • 01 Jan 2002
  • Una M. Paul
  • Pages: 48
Identity and diversity in all its forms present major challenges to countries seeking to best equip citizens with the skills to participate effectively in their diverse societies. The project on Citizenship education in the Commonwealth is one of the...
  • 01 Jan 2002
  • Patricia Ellis
  • Pages: 46
Identity and diversity in all its forms present major challenges to countries seeking to best equip citizens with the skills to participate effectively in their diverse societies. The project on Citizenship education in the Commonwealth is one of the...
  • 01 Mar 2008
  • Commonwealth Commission on Respect and Understanding
  • Pages: 96
Civil Paths to Peace contains the analyses and findings of the Commonwealth Commission on Respect and Understanding, established in response to the 2005 request of Commonwealth Heads of Government for the Commonwealth Secretary-General to ‘explore...
  • 01 Sep 1989
  • Martin W. Holdgate, Jim Bruce, Nitin Desai, Ophelia Mascarenhas, Hussain Shihab, R. F. Camacho, W. John Maunder, Samuel Tewungwa, Mahtab Fasih Uddin
  • Pages: 132
With a shortfall of 18 million teachers in the numbers required to meet the education Millennium Development Goals, research on the global teaching force becomes critical in informing planning and preparation for future learners.  Yet data about...
The Commonwealth has been in the forefront of international efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing, particularly through supporting its developing member countries to implement comprehensive Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and...
Money laundering is a worldwide problem. It involves hundreds of billions of dollars that are laundered through the international financial institutions. With increasing globalisation and liberalisation of financial systems, countries are becoming...
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