31st Small Branches Conference
23 July 2011

Plenary 1 "Commonwealth Initiatives in Handling Migration Issues"

Discussion Paper by the Hon. Minister Terry E. Lister, JP, MP, FCA, Bermuda
Discussion Paper by the Hon. Senator Alan Breckon, Jersey



Plenary 2 "Countering Threats to the Stability of Small Democracies: Piracy, Drug Trafficking, Terrorism"

Discussion Paper by the Hon. Tommy Turnquest, Minister of National Security, Bahamas
Discussion Paper by the Hon. Wilby Lucas, Deputy Speaker of the Seychelles


Opening Plenary of the 57th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference

Speech by the Speaker of the House of Commons, the Rt Hon. John Bercow
Speech by the Hon. Mohd Shafie Apdal, MP and former Chairperson
Speech by Dr William F. Shija, CPA Secretary-General
Speech by the Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General, Mmasekgoa-Masire Mwamba

Workshops
26 July 2011


Workshop D: Enhancing Good Governance and Accountability: Improving Standards of Probity and Performance
Discussion Paper by Deputy Speaker the Hon. NC Mfeketo, South Africa

Workshop E: The World Economy and Obstacles facing the Commonwealth

Discussion Paper by Professor William Darity Jr. PhD

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Workshop F: Women as Agents of Change

Discussion Paper by Dame Billie Miller

Workshop G: Technological Threats to International, National & Personal Security

Discussion Paper by Mark Stephens, Vice President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association

Workshop H: The Role of Parliamentarians in Advancing the Transfer of Agricultural Technology and Research

Discussion Paper by the Hon. Datuk Fadillah Yusof, MP, Malaysia
Discussion Paper by Professor Ian Maudlin, Director, Research into Results Limited
Discussion Paper by Dr Paul Coleman, Principal of H2O Venture Partners


General Assembly
27 July 2011

Centennial "Plenary Reinforcing Democracy"

Speech by Foreign Secretary William Hague

Plenary "Commonwealth Parliaments: Progress and Challenges"

Speech by Farooq Naek, Chairman of the Pakistan Senate