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Staying Relevant: Commonwealth Education at 60
Education, once a mainly domestic concern, has been affected as much as any sector by the forces of globalisation and international connectivity. A country’s global standing now depends, in part, on… Expand
Covid-19: rethinking business-as-usual in Commonwealth education
Across the Commonwealth schools and colleges have closed. UNESCO estimates that 70% of students globally are out of school, jeopardising progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 ed...
India and the Commonwealth: A Symbiotic Relationship?
- Beth Kreling
- Political Science
- 1 February 2009
Abstract As an Indian Secretary General takes up the reins of the Commonwealth this analysis looks back to the symbiotic birth of India and the modern Commonwealth in 1947–1949. It asks whether we… Expand