A Commonwealth and National Focus
Convening the Constituency of the Commonwealth
'The Commonwealth makes the world safe for diversity' – Nelson Mandela
Launched at the Marlborough House in November 2014 Commonwealth Community Heritage is a Commonwealth and National focus initiative.
The aim of Commonwealth Community Heritage is to give an ever-expanding international visibility to, and focus on, what is being achieved by Commonwealth citizens, communities and organisations through enterprise and innovation, in each Commonwealth country generally, and also specifically, in the 4 areas of:
The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 54 Nations,
Spread across 6 continents:
Africa, Americas, Asia, Caribbean, Europe and Pacific.
The combined populations of the 54 Commonwealth Nations
is approximately 2.4 billion.
Commonwealth Community Heritage is a national focus initiative
with international visibility within a Commonwealth context.
The word “capital” in the English Language has many different distinctive meanings, a few of these are:
The chronology of the creation of the
21st century Commonwealth, from its
establishment as a voluntary organisation on 28 April 1949,
with the eight founding Nations - Australia, Canada, India,
New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka and
the United Kingdom - to its current 54 member states.