Welcome to the Commonwealth of Nations 2 billion citizens...20% of global trade... 53 countries... one website!

GOVERNMENT: The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) which takes place every two years, allows Commonwealth leaders to meet and discuss global and Commonwealth issues, and to agree on collective policies and initiatives.
MINING: Commonwealth nations rank in the top tier of producers of gold, diamonds, platinum and other metals
COMMON STANDARDS: Common standards that have been adopted by Commonwealth countries in terms of, for example, accountancy training make it easy for anyone the right accounting qualifications eligible to work anywhere in the Commonwealth.
TOURISM: Tourism is a contributor to GDP; seven Commonwealth countries and territories are in the top 10 countries in the world in terms of the sector’s contribution to GDP

Government

Commonwealth governments are constituted in different ways; 32 are republics, five are national monarchies, and the res..

Business

The diverse nature of the Commonwealth makes it highly competitive. It is made up of a mix of 11 high, 14 upper middle

Civil Society

Since its birth the Commonwealth has come to be recognised not just as an association of nations but as an association of peoples. ...

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About Us

The Commonwealth is an association of sovereign nations which support each other and work together towards international goals. With their common heritage in language, culture, law, education and democratic traditions, among other things, Commonwealth countries are able to work together in an atmosphere of greater trust and understanding than generally prevails among nations. This website is designed to ensure that the international community has a one-stop-shop guide to the governments, businesses, civil society, travel, statistics and personalities in the Commonwealth. The website extends into the Commonwealth Network which is divided into 53 individual country portals each introduced by a welcome message from the president or prime minister.