We can also help facilitate interviews with the Secretary-General or senior Commonwealth staff.

There are contact details for our audiovisual team who can help out with broadcast material and the web team, from whom you can get information about how to obtain photographs of key events.

The Commonwealth Secretariat, which is the intergovernmental body of the Commonwealth, has a Gender Section, which focuses on four key areas: Gender, democracy, peace and conflict; gender, human rights and law; gender, poverty eradication and economic empowerment; and gender and HIV/AIDS. Gender is further integrated into all programmatic work of the Secretariat.  For queries about this, please click here.

The Commonwealth Foundation is responsible for civil society collaboration and the Commonwealth Lecture, which takes place this year on 17 March 2011.

The Royal Commonwealth Society organises the Commonwealth Day Observance at Westminster Abbey in London, which is the UK’s largest multi-faith service. It is attended by HM The Queen, Heads of Government, faith leaders from around the world, and more than 1,000 young people.