Blogs

Commonwealth Foundation blogs share knowledge, experiences and expertise.

21/10/2022

Climate Reparations: What Must COP27 Deliver?

The Commonwealth’s small and climate vulnerable states are being lost to the world’s oceans at alarming speed. Extreme weather events ...

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10/10/2022

Message on the passing of former Commonwealth Foundation Director, Dr Humayun Khan

The Commonwealth Foundation was saddened to learn of the death of Dr Humayun Khan on 22 September 2022. Dr Khan—who was a former ...

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28/09/2022

Tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, lived a life of steadfast and devoted service to the People of the Commonwealth. Her Majesty was a ...

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25/07/2022

Power to the People: the Commonwealth Foundation at CHOGM 2022

The Foundation shaped a strong and streamlined programme that focused on what is front and centre for so many people of the ...

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10/06/2022

Patently necessary: taking health into our own hands

From the very beginning of the pandemic, monopolies on the production of tests and medicines were a part of the problem of surviving it.

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14/04/2022

Photography Open Call: Climate Change

To coincide with the Commonwealth People’s Forum in Rwanda and the run-up to COP27 in Egypt, the Commonwealth Foundation is ...

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07/03/2022

Threats to democracy are all around us

We've all been complicit in a steady, devastating erosion of the central ideals of liberal democracy.

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25/01/2022

Remembering the indentured

Academics and artists are shedding new light on the history of indentured labour.

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13/01/2022

Tuvalu, Tuvalu

Tuvalu, Tuvalu by Sir Iftikhar Ayaz KBE Tuvalu, Tuvalu – Our home and friend Our birth place – And end We love you There comes […]

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13/01/2022

Festive Poetry Event

Every society, every community, has its poets. They are the first storytellers, the ones who weave words into images, capture and ...

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