Participation in the Commonwealth space takes on many forms and occurs at many levels. Organisations such as the Royal Commonwealth Society, Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council and Commonwealth Journalists Association are just a snapshot of the diverse range of organisations found representing Commonwealth interests. Such associations provide an arena for all forms of sectors and fields from across the 53 member nations to come together in the advancement of common interests.
Areas of work
Commonwealth organisations are working in a diverse array of sectors including:
Agriculture, Architecture, Blindness, Business, Commonwealth affairs, Deafness & hearing loss, Education, Engineering, Environment & Sustainability, Friendship Societies, Geography & Meteorology, Governance, Health & Medicine, Human Rights,Jewish Communities, ICTs, Indigenous peoples, Land, Language & Literature, Legal affairs, Libraries, Media, Museums, Social Work, Sport, Veterans & War Graves, Veterinary Science, Women & Gender and Youth.
There are up to 100 organisations working in the Commonwealth space including those listed below: