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  • 17 Jul 2013
  • Commonwealth Observer Mission
  • Pages: 44
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Mission for the Pakistan elections, held 11 May 2013. The Mission was led by Sir Douglas Kidd, former Speaker of the House of Representatives of New Zealand, and was comprised of 13 eminent persons.The...
  • 01 Aug 2006
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 64
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
  • 27 Dec 2012
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 58
The Report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for the Papua New Guinea National Elections, held June–July 2012. The Group was led by Mr Nipake Edward Natapei, former Prime Minister for Vanuatu, and comprised 8 eminent persons in total. The Group...
  • 01 Feb 1980
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 224
What is attempted here is a distillation of the collective wisdom of the New Delhi Conference on Non-Formal Education (January 1979) into a readable narrative. Some of the Conference papers are quoted in full: others are used as the basis for a...
This paper was prepared by the participants of the fourth diploma course in Youth and Development at the CYP Asia-Pacific Centre in India for presentation and discussion at a Commonwealth Meeting on Government Policy on Youth Affairs, held in...
  • 11 Oct 2011
  • Cletus I. Springer, John L. Roberts
  • Pages: 50
Partnerships for Sustainable Development in Small States examines measures through which small states can work together with the international community to strengthen their ability to pursue economic and social development. Due to their size and...
This paper focuses on the accession process for new WTO membership. The basic premise is that the commitments demanded are too onerous for new members. It argues that the whole process is fundamentally flawed and, in fact, forces applicant countries...
  • 01 Jan 1995
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 164
Public Enterprises (PEs), especially in several developing countries, face many problems, including poor management of the interface between government and the PEs, unclear or multiple objectives, nepotism and poor remuneration. The performance of...
This is the report of a Commonwealth seminar held in Mauritius in January 1975. At the seminar representatives from twelve island member states met to examine the dimensions of pluralism and its implications for development, with particular reference...
  • 01 Mar 2010
  • Chris Milner, Oliver Morrissey, Evious Zgovu
  • Pages: 140
It was hoped that trade preferences, offered to exports from developing countries by industrialised countries, would give greater economic benefits than has been the case. Now continuing multilateral tariff liberalisation threatens to further erode...
  • 01 Jan 2000
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 462
A comprehensive, practical view of environmental management, this book records the experience gained through regional seminars in Africa over several years. It uses real examples to illustrate the points it makes. Subjects covered are: air pollution;...
  • 01 Jan 2002
  • Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Pages: 268
Science and technology, and science and technology education, play a pivotal role in the development of a country’s economy, environment, social relations and other sectors. Human resource development in science and technology is vital in building a...
  • 01 Jan 2003
  • Dinesh Dodhia
  • Pages: 30
The debt problem facing poor countries has been at the heart of Commonwealth concerns since the 1980s. The Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Initiative has made important strides in providing comprehensive debt relief to the world’s poorest,...
  • 01 Jan 2001
  • Christopher Stevens, Jane Kennan
  • Pages: 96
This report aims to stimulate a debate on the future of EU trade policy. It was written against a background of continuing uncertainty over a WTO waiver for the EUACP Cotonou Convention that would continue liberal access to the European market for...
  • 01 Jan 1994
  • R. Crocombe, Marjorie Tuainekore Crocombe
  • Pages: 170
This book explores policy and practice at the postsecondary level in the South Pacific and sets an agenda for the twentyfirst century.
Even though individual nations in South Asia are among the world’s fastest growing economies it is, as a region, the least integrated. This pioneering study from UNCTAD, the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Centre for WTO Studies at the Indian...
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