Blogs

Commonwealth Foundation blogs share knowledge, experiences and expertise.

29/11/2018

When the tough get going: civil society resilience

How do civil society organisations in the Caribbean manage uncertainty? Doctoral candidate Sarah Peck summarises her findings. 

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29/11/2018

Trade 2030: questions on gender and technology

Deputy Director-General Myn Garcia questions how gender equality can be addressed in trade policy following global trade’s biggest ...

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31/10/2018

Following the money: cash transfers

(Above) Helen Mudora presents project results at the Foundation’s annual grants workshop. The workshop shares monitoring and evaluation ...

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30/10/2018

Jamaicans for Clean Air and Water: a public service announcement

  See Jamaica Environment Trust’s animation video highlighting the impacts of poor air and water quality in Jamaica. For more ...

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22/10/2018

Africa Platform for Social Protection advocacy toolkit

APSP have published an advocacy tool kit with an assortment of tools for grassroots and community based advocacy.    

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18/10/2018

Meet the 2019 judges

The 2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize judging panel has been announced, chaired by Kittitian-British writer Caryl Phillips.

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26/09/2018

Rewriting the script

Lisa Harewood on how making her first film with Commonwealth Writers enabled her to present a different view of the Caribbean and ...

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30/08/2018

One foot taller

Jenny Bennett-Tuionetoa on how being a regional winner of the Commonwealth Short Story Prize developed her confidence and transformed ...

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30/08/2018

Malawi’s 50-50 campaign

Gillian Cooper investigates one partner's decade-long effort to secure greater female representation in decision-making in Malawi.

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30/08/2018

Why land laws matter

Patience Ayebazibwe led research in Southern Africa on the policies and conventions governing women’s access to land. Here's what she found. 

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