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The inaugural meeting of the CGF Coordination Commission (CoCom) for the Victoria 2026 Commonwealth Games, praises impressive progress following a three-day visit to the Australian State.
The first of four Commonwealth Sport regional meetings took place in Livingstone, Zambia, on 13 and 14 April, with a focus on planning and future events and development in the region.
The Commonwealth Games Federation has hosted a 3 day workshop in Nadi, Fiji, for the latest intake of eqUIP interns from Oceania.
Birmingham City Council has unveiled plans for Birmingham Festival 23 to mark the one year anniversary of the Commonwealth Games, celebrating the city’s creativity as a sign of its ongoing commitment to funding culture.
Celebrating Commonwealth Day 2023! Focusing on the Year of Youth - building a better tomorrow for the young people of the Commonwealth.
The eqUIP programme offers Commonwealth youth a skills development and employment opportunity that supports CGA capacity building and empowers young leaders to make positive change in sport and their communities. Since 2018, the eqUIP programme has delivered a total of 83 internships in Africa, Americas, Asia, Caribbean, Europe & Oceania.
GAPS is a unique multi-stakeholder partnership programme developed for the purpose of offering emerging athletes and coaches access to additional skills, knowledge and resources with the aim of advancing coach education, removing barriers to participation, and supporting the development of inclusive sport pathways that promote positive social change in sport and communities. Through GAPS numerous…