What's online

Discover more about the Commonwealth and join the conversation online.

From film lists to streaming video, uncover Commonwealth resources to get involved online. If you would like to have your Commonwealth online resource featured on this page, please email getinvolved@chogm2018.org.uk. Content featured is typically from external organisations that have a Commonwealth link and are independent of the summit and UK Government.

Drawing on new ODI research, watch this high-level panel discuss what policy solutions can help female informal workers who face being left behind, featuring a keynote from the President of Mauritius.
Will you rewatch your favourites or try to tackle the full list? The BFI will make available a selection of archive films about the history, lives and stories of the people of Britain and the Commonwealth Nations on BFI Player and the BFI’s You Tube channel. Films are viewable across the UK and globally.
Watch online as decision-makers and the world's leading experts on recovery and reconstruction in the Caribbean discuss the policies needed at the national, regional and international level to avoid future losses. A high-level panel sets out their priorities for making 'building back better' a reality. Features keynotes from Baroness Scotland and the PM of Dominica.
Read stories from each Commonwealth country of outstanding volunteers who are being awarded a Point of Light from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Four classroom-based activities themed around the Commonwealth, designed to help students further their understanding of the Commonwealth and the world around them.
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting London 2018 - flags
With the next Heads of Government Meeting fast approaching, why not test your knowledge on the Commonwealth?
The Commonwealth is made up of 53 independent countries that work together to pursue common goals which promote development, democracy and peace. Our members include both advanced economies and developing countries and span Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Pacific. The Commonwealth’s strength lies in its shared values and diversity. All members have an equal say – regardless of size or economic status.
A Service of Celebration for Commonwealth Day
Watch as Her Majesty the Queen is joined by senior members of The Royal Family to lead a service of celebration for Commonwealth Day at Westminster Abbey. The service features readings and live music, including a performance from former One Direction member Liam Payne. Re-watch the service on BBC iPlayer (UK only).
The Unremembered commemorates the bravery and sacrifice of the Labour Corps throughout World War One, many of which have a Commonwealth connection. Community groups are invited to get involved by holding their own Unremembered event or join the conversation online (UK only).