Commonwealth Partner Organisations

Association of Commonwealth Universities

The Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) is the world’s first and oldest international  university network, established in 1913.

Commonwealth Association

The association's membership is drawn from former staff  of the Commonwealth Secretariat, Commonwealth Foundation, Commonwealth of Learning and salaried staff from Commonwealth organisations and associations which are accredited to the Commonwealth by the Commonwealth Secretariat.



Commonwealth Broadcasting Association

The Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA) is the largest global association of public service broadcasters. Its members are the broadcasters that communicate daily with the 2 billion citizens of the Commonwealth. The CBA continues to support and facilitate high standards of media production and broadcasting, including the promotion of arts, science and diversity, throughout the Commonwealth.



Commonwealth Consortium for Education

The objectives of the Consortium are to promote the development of education throughout the Commonwealth by mobilising the contribution of education-based NGOs, and to constitute a forum to promote co-operation among member organisations.



Commonwealth Education Trust

The Commonwealth Education Trust originates from funds subscribed by the citizens of the Commonwealth in 1886.  It invests in primary and secondary education and the professional development of teachers throughout their careers.

Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council

The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC) provides leadership in increasing international trade and investment flows, creating new business opportunities, promoting good governance and corporate social responsibility, reducing the digital divide and integrating developing countries into the global market. 



Commonwealth Foundation

The Commonwealth Foundation is an intergovernmental organisation established in 1965, resourced by and reporting to Commonwealth governments, and guided by Commonwealth values and priorities. It aims to strengthen civil society in the achievement of Commonwealth priorities - democracy and good governance, respect for human rights and gender equality, poverty eradication and sustainable, people-centered development, and to promote arts and culture.



Commonwealth Games Federation

First held in 1930 in Hamilton, Canada, today the Commonwealth Games is the world’s second largest multi-sports event, and the fourth most watched global broadcast sports event. 



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