Latest news about the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
- Ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in April, millions of people are set to come together to celebrate Commonwealth connections through food.
- One outstanding volunteer from each of the 52 Commonwealth countries will be recognised every week day from Thursday 1 February, in the run up to the Commonwealth Heads of Government (CHOGM) Meeting 2018 in London from 16-20 April.
- This new Commonwealth classroom activities pack will help teachers working with 11 to 14 year olds explain the importance of the Commonwealth and why it matters in an ever-more connected world.
- The Secretary of State for International Trade addressed Commonwealth Trade Ministers, in the margins of the World Trade Organisation Ministerial Conference in Argentina.
- Leaders from across the Commonwealth gathered for a reception co-hosted by Prime Minister Theresa May and Prime Minister Muscat of Malta at the UN General Assembly in New York, together with Patricia Scotland, Secretary-General of the Commonwealth.
- Commonwealth Secretary-General Patricia Scotland says the 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting will cement the shared aims of good governance, sustainable growth, and inclusive social and economic development.
- To mark Commonwealth Day, Her Majesty The Queen launched the Queen's Baton which will be carried by thousands of people of all ages and backgrounds from across all 52 Commonwealth countries.
- The 2018 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting will set out the future for a vibrant and diverse Commonwealth, the Prime Minister said today, as the UK joins nations around the world to mark Commonwealth Day.